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Q. miyagii near the border of the halfway up the Ibu mountain in Kunigami village

There is one Q. miyagii (Quercus miyagii) near the border of the halfway up the Ibu mountain in Kunigami village (Okinawa).

This tree is called "Okinawa UraJirogashi". Okinawa UraJirogashi means Quercus miyagii.

This tree is the biggest of Quercus miyagii. Quercus miyagii has the biggest acorn in Japan.

Over 300 years old.

The girth of the tree is 7.08 m measured at a height of 1.30 m (Dec 20, 2011, Kanie).

Height

The height was measured more than once:
YearHeightMeasurementMeasurement method
2011-11-20~22.00 m KanieMeasurement method unknown
2011-12-20~22.00 mKanieMeasurement method unknown

Each measurement can be done with varying accuracy.

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Okinawa UraJirogashi (Q. miyagii "6178")

Halfway up the Ibu mountain, picture by Kanie, 2012-01-06

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