Acer pauciflorum

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Acer pauciflorum
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A. pauciflorum
Binomial name
Acer pauciflorum
Synonyms[1][2]
  • Acer changhuaense (W.P.Fang & M.Y.Fang) W.P.Fang & P.L.Chiu
  • Acer pauciflorum var. changhuaense W.P.Fang & M.Y.Fang
  • Acer pubipalmatum W.P.Fang

Acer pauciflorum is an Asian species of maple in the soapberry family. It has been found only in the Provinces of Anhui and Zhejiang in eastern China.[2]

Acer pauciflorum is a multi-stemmed tree up to 15 meters tall. Leaves are up to 55 mm across, deeply cut into lobes, each leaf usually with 5 lobes but occasionally 7. Leaves are dark green on top but covered with white wool on the underside.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Plant List, Acer pauciflorum W.P.Fang
  2. ^ a b c Flora of China, Acer pauciflorum W. P. Fang, 1932. 稀花枫 xi hua feng
  3. ^ Fang, Wen Pei 1932. Contributions from the Biological Laboratory of the Science Society of China : Botanical Series 7: 166