Field Maple

Scientific name : Acer campestre
Other names: Български: Клен , Bosanski: Klen , Català: Auró blanc , Česky: Javor babyka , Dansk: Navr , Deutsch: Feld-Ahorn , Español: Arce menor , Suomi: Niverävaahtera , Français: Érable champêtre , Hrvatski: Klen , Magyar: Mezei juhar , Italiano: Acero campestre , Lëtzebuergesch: Maasselter , Latviešu: Lauku kļava , Nederlands: Spaanse aak , Norsk: Naverlønn , Polski: Klon polny , Português: Acer menor, Acer silvestre , Română: Jugastru , Русский: Клён полевой , Slovenský: Javor poľný , Slovenščina: Maklen , Svenska: Naverlönn , Türkçe: Ova akçaağacı

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Deciduous small tree, up to 10 m high (only seldom higher) with large, roundish crown on low, usually crooked stem, occasionally also multi-stemmed large tree, bark dark grey-brown, initially smooth, later increasingly fissured in tiles, twigs sometimes with striking cork ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Field Maple
Field Maple


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