Acer saccharum Marshall  
Family: Sapindaceae
hard maple, sugar maple
[Acer saccharophorum f. angustilobatum K.Koch]
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Keir Morse  
Etymology: Acer: the classical Latin name for the maple
Plants: perennial tree up to 150' tall; juice watery; bark dark, thick, mostly deeply furrowed plates
Leaves: opposite, undivided but 5, or more often, 3 shallow lobes; indentations (sinuses) between main lobes rounded; the edges and tips usually drooping; dark above and lighter below with fine hairs
Fruits: winged, paired fruit; fruit drawing
Habitat: moist, often along streams
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Robert W. Freckmann  
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Janice Stiefel  
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Matthew L. Wagner  
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Robert W. Freckmann