durmast oak

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Related to durmast oak: pedunculate oak, Sessile Oak

dur·mast oak

A European oak tree (Quercus petraea) having lobed leaves, stalkless acorns, and tough wood. Also called sessile oak.

[Perhaps alteration of dun mast : dun + mast.]
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Not just any tree but especially oak (durmast oak in particular), poplar, linden, willow, and hornbeam.
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Our native oak tree, the Sessile or Durmast Oak, Quercus petraea, so called because its acorns do not usually have a stalk, is one of the most valuable trees in our environment, supporting hundreds of different species of fauna and giving our woods that feeling of permanence as you walk through them.