Acer caudatifolium

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Acer caudatifolium
Acer caudatifolium in Auckland Botanic Gardens 04.jpg
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A. caudatifolium
Binomial name
Acer caudatifolium
Hayata 1911
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Acer caudatifolium is an Asian species of maple, found only in Taiwan.[2] The species is sometimes confused with another Taiwanese tree, Acer morrisonense. This species has been known to reach 20 metres tall. Leaves are non-compound, the blade narrowly ovate, up to 11 cm long by 4.5 cm wide, with serrate margins but no lobes.[2][3][4]

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