Red maple leaves
Medium-sized tree with opposite leaves. Leaves have three lobes with serrated margins. Bark is dark and scaly. Fruits are samaras.
Collected from lower branches of medium-sized tree (approximately 10 m tall). Leaves yellowish-green (some turning red) above and very light/whitish below. Sinuses v-shaped, leaves serrate, with palmate venation (largest leaves on lower branches 90 mm long x 90 mm at widest point). Petiole red.
Medium sized tree. Opposite leaf arrangement. Leaves have a red petiole.
The leaves are arranged oppositely on the twig. They are typically 5–10 cm (2.0–3.9 in) long and wide with 3-5 palmate lobes with a serrated margin.
Tree is younger and makes up part of the lower canopy;branches are very flat similar to flowering dogwood; leaves are simple, opposite and lobed with pinnate venation
Simple leaves, sinuses V-shaped, +/- 3 lobes, lower surface white, minute hairs below, plant ~1.5 m tall.
Acer rubrum (Red Maple, also known as Swamp, Water or Soft Maple), is one of the most common and widespread deciduous trees of eastern North America. The U.S. Forest service recognizes it as the most common variety of tree in America. The red maple ranges from the Lake of the Woods on the border between Ontario and Minnesota, east to Newfoundland, south to near Miami, Florida, and southwest to east Texas. Many of its features, especially...