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Exmoor Service Sorbus subcuneata (Rosaceae) HEIGHT to 10m. Modest tree (lumped within Sorbus latifolia agg. by some authors). LEAVES Ovate to elliptical with shallow-toothed lobes extending less than ¼ to midrib; 8-9 pairs of veins. REPRODUCTIVE PARTS Fruits are brownish, to 12mm long, with numerous lenticels. STATUS AND DISTRIBUTION Scarce and local, confined to Sessile Oak Quercus petraea woodland on Old Red Sandstone, mainly in the valley of the East Lyn, around Watersmeet in N Devon.