Definition of Rolfs' oak
: a Florida coastal scrub oak (Quercus rolfsii) with hard rigid branches, small leathery leaves, and acorns usually in pairs and half-covered by the funnel-shaped cups
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Origin and Etymology of rolfs' oak
after Frederick M. Rolfs †1956 American botanist
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