Quercus robur

Quercus robur

Quercus robur L.
Engl.: common oak, English oak, pedunculate oak.
Deu.: Stieleiche, Eiche.
Suom.: tammi, metsätammi.
Sven.: ek, skogsek, europeisk ek, sommarek, stjälkek.
Ital.: quercia.
Pharm.: acorn cups, Hungaria valonia, vallonea.
Bot. syn.: Quercus mannifera Lindl., Quercus pedunculata Ehrh.

073. Quercus robur.

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073. Quercus robur. Gamla texter: Svensk Botanik, band 2, 1803. Text Conrad Quensel, illustration J. W. Palmstruch.

Quercus L. Tammi. Ek.

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Vanhoja tekstejä: Flora Fennica. Suomen Kasvio, 1866.

Photo: Quercus robur 4.

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Photo: Quercus robur 4.

Top of a very young tree in hoarfrost, with leaves still attached, as oaks do. Vantaa, Finland. Wild. 2004-03-05.

Photo: Quercus robur 3.

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Photo: Quercus robur 3.

Branches, autumn color. Annala, Helsinki, Finland. Planted. 2003-10-15.

Photo: Quercus robur 2.

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Branch with lots of acorns. Marketan puisto, Espoo, Finland. Planted. 2002-08-14.

Photo: Quercus robur 1.

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Branch with acorns. Marketan puisto, Espoo, Finland. Planted. 2002-08-14.

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Leaves from beneath. BGBM, Berlin, Germany. Planted. 1995-06-01.