Living Collection Virtual Herbarium

Aceraceae
Acer davidii Franchet subsp. davidii

Verified by: Temperate sect. 18 August 2010
Notes: Verified with Flora of China online (www.eFloras.org). Sect. Macrantha. Leaves simple, margin serrate. Leaves caudate, abaxially glabrous or ruffous hairy in veins axils. Bud stipitate with 2 pairs of scales. Bark snake like. Inflorescence lateral, pendulous, racemose without bracts. Flowers mostly male, 5-merous. Perianth green, stamens 8, disc intrastaminal.
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Wild voucher no:                                30 September 1991
Locality: China, Sichuan, Kanding co., Niqiou river, N of Jichou Pass.
Coordinates:  3040m
Field notes: From a tree to 7m, with bark ridged on the trunk and snakebark markings on the branches, red petioles, leaf often v-shaped, mid-green above and pale green below and turning yellow, fruits in racemes. With Pinus, Salix etc...
Collector: Simmons 720

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androecium and gynoecium androecium and gynoecium

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