|Mongolian Oak |
Family Fagaceae – Beech, Chinkapin and Oak
Mongolian oak is native to eastern Asia. This variation is named for its large leaflet serrations.
Variation grosserrata refers to the large serrated leaflet edges.
|Native to temperate Asia, Siberia, Russian far east (Amur, Khabarovsk, Kurile Islands, Primorye, Sakhalin), Mongolia, China, Japan, and Korea . Similar to Liaotung Oak – Quercus liaotungensis.|
Mongolian oak is a deciduous tree growing to 30 meters. It is a widespread and highly variable species found in mesophytic forests between 200 – 2500 m. MSL .
Mongolian Oak, from seed, is 39 years old 
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Family Fagaceae: Oak, Beech & Chinkapin