Quercus petraea   Sessile Oak CCC D N

Quercus petraea

One of the common trees in this part of the world, the Sessile or Durmast Oak has stalked leaves with no auricles at the base of the leaves.

Although not as common as plants like Ivy, Dock or Nettle, Quercus petraea is found throughout the British Isles and Ireland.

Cheshire field, 1st May 2005

Added on November 16th 2005, updated August 8th 2011

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