Sycamore Maple

Scientific name : Acer pseudoplatanus
Other names: Bosanski: Gorski javor , Català: Plàtan fals , Česky: Javor klen , Dansk: Ahorn , Deutsch: Berg- Ahorn , Esperanto: Sikomora acero , Español: Arce blanco , Suomi: Vuorivaahtera , Français: Érable sycomore , Hrvatski: Gorski javor , Magyar: Jávor , Íslenska: Garðahlynur , Italiano: Acero montano , Latviešu: Kalnu kļava , Nederlands: Gewone esdoorn , Norsk: Platanlønn , Polski: Klon jawor , Português: Sicômoro , Русский: Клён белый , Slovenský: Javor horský , Slovenščina: Beli javor , Svenska: Tysklönn , Türkçe: Dağ akçaağacı

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Short Description

Up to 40 m high, usually stately tree with wide, arched crown on strong stem, develops magnificently especially when growing freestanding; Leaves alternate, with long, reddish leaf stalks, usually 5-lobed, the front 3 lobes approximately equally sized, the two bottom ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer

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Sycamore Maple
Sycamore Maple
Sycamore Maple
Sycamore Maple
Sycamore Maple
Sycamore Maple

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