Ulmus glabra 'Corylifolia'
The Wych Elm cultivar Ulmus glabra 'Corylifolia' (: Hazel-leaved) was first described by Host  in Flora Austriaca 1: 329. 1827. Another cultivar of the same name is described by Zapalowicz, in Conspectus Florae Galiciae Criticus 2: 98, 1908, but was assumed to be 'Cornuta'.
Host described the tree as having broad-ovate scabrid leaves, doubly toothed with broad, obtuse teeth.
No confirmed specimens are known to survive. An elm with hazel-like leaves stands in Hove Recreation Ground, Hove, and may be similar to the cultivar 'Corylifolia'.
Foliage and samara