Acer henryi is a small tree up to 10 meters tall, dioecious (meaning that male and female flowers are on separate trees). Leaves are compound with 3 leaflets, thin and papery, up to 12 cm wide and 5 cm across usually with 3 lobes, with a waxy, whitish underside. Leaflets sometimes have a few shallow teeth but no lobes.
- The Plant List, Acer henryi Pax
- Flora of China, Acer gracilifolium W. P. Fang & C. C. Fu, 1981. 长叶枫 chang ye feng
- Pax, Ferdinand Albin 1889. Icones Plantarum 19(4): plate 1896 and subsequent unnumbered text page full-page line drawing, description in Latin, commentary and figure caption in English
- line drawing for Flora of China drawing 1 at top
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