Acer negundo L.
  • Sp. Pl.
  • Acero americano


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2021): Acer negundo L. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-0000514643. Accessed on: 22 Oct 2021'

General Information

Trees to 20 m tall, dioecious. Bark yellowish brown or gray-brown. Branchlets glabrous, those of present year green, older ones yellowish brown; winter buds small, scales 2(or 3) pairs. Leaves deciduous; leaf blade 10-25 cm, papery, pinnate; petiolules 5-7 cm, pubescent, glabrescent; leaflets 3-7(-9) per petiole; leaflet blades ovate or elliptic-lanceolate, 8-10 × 2-4 cm, base rounded or truncate, margin entire or with 3-5 teeth, apex acute. Pistillate inflorescence pendulous, racemose or compound racemose, axillary from leafless buds, 15-50-flowered. Staminate inflorescence usually a cluster of 4 flowers. Flowers 4-merous. Petals and disk absent. Stamens purplish, 4-6. Ovary glabrous. Samaras brownish yellow; nutlets convex, glabrous; wing including nutlet 3-3.5 cm × 8-10 mm, wings spreading acutely or nearly erectly. Fl. Apr, fr. Sep. 2n = 26.

  • Provided by: [A].Flora Of CHina @ efloras.org
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    "Tree to 20 m, the trunk soon deliquescent; lfls 3–5 or on rapidly growing shoots to 9, pinnate, lanceolate to ovate or oblong, coarsely and irregularly serrate or with a few shallow lobes; dioecious; fls apetalous, appearing with or before the lvs, the staminate in sessile, umbel-like fascicles, drooping on slender pedicels, the pistillate in drooping racemes; disk wanting; mericarps 3–4.5 cm; 2n=26. Moist, especially alluvial soil; N.H. to Fla., w. to the Pacific, and irregularly in Mex. and Guat. Var. negundo, the common e. Amer. var., has glabrous, often glaucous twigs. (Negundo n.; N. nuttallii) Var. interius (Britton) Sarg. (Negundo i.), with velutinous twigs and usually with tufts of hairs in the vein-axils beneath, is chiefly western, occasionally extending to Minn. and Mo. Var. texanum Pax, with similarly hairy twigs, rather densely puberulent frs, and short-acuminate lfls pubescent over the whole lower surface, occurs chiefly from the Ozarks to Tex., extending e. to s. Ind."

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    Deciduous tree. Leaves pinnately compound, usually trifoliolate. Flowers apetalous, 4-merous.

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    Morphology

    Bis 20 m hoher Baum, oft mit hängenden Zweigen. Blätter unpaarig gefiedert, mit 3–7 Teilblättern, diese meist lanzettlich, unregelmässig gezähnt, 5–15 cm lang. Zweihäusig. Blüten ohne Krone, die männlichen auf langen, fadenförmigen, behaa

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    Ecology

    4–5. Als Parkbaum angepflanzt und gelegentlich verwildert, kollin.

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    Synonyms

    Other Local Names

    NameLanguageCountry
    Acero americanoItalianCH
    Erable à feuilles de frêneFrenchCH
    Eschen-AhornGermanCH

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