Acer rubrum


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Synonyms for Acer rubrum

maple of eastern and central America

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Keywords: Pinus taeda, Pinus echinata, Acer rubrum, Nyssa sylvatica, community structure.
Acer rubrum, or red maple, is so-called for its distinctive red leaves in autumn.
But watch out for too much of a good thing: The seeds of acer rubrum do not require pregermination treatment and so can germinate immediately after ripening--even if they are only sitting in the mulch layer on the surface of the soil.
Moreover, without fire many Oak Woodlands (and Oak Forests) changed in composition as less fire resistant species such as Prunus serotina, Acer rubrum, and Sassafras albidum increased in abundance.
Hocking County (N = 91) RIV ([double Species Name Abundance TOTBA * FRQ ** dagger]) Acer rubrum 9 4,429 0.
Closer to the upland, where the peat is grounded, trees of Acer rubrum, Betula allegheniensis and Populus tremuloides are common.
Acer rubrum, Acer saccharinum, Acer saccharum, Acer nigrum and Acer negundo of the Family Aceraceae.
Acer rubrum, to a lesser extent, has increased in importance value (Table 2).
Acer saccharinum, Acer rubrum, Carya laciniosa, Fraxinus pennsylvanica, Platanus occidentalis, and Populus deltoides are prominent in localized areas, where soil drainage is the poorest.
As it happens, red maple is officially Acer rubrum.
Peatlands in Indiana naturally trend toward development into lowland forests dominated by Acer rubrum (Swinehart & Parker 2000).
Providing 81 cappadocicum Acer Rubrum (lot 1) and 18 Quercus cerris (lot 2).
Easily recognizable from its distinctive "helicopter" seed pods, the Acer rubrum or Red Maple offers us a view of winged fruits.
ACER SACCHARUM, AND VARIOUS SPECIES OF ACER INCLUDING ACER RUBRUM, ACER SACCHARUM AND ACER NIGRUM OF THE FAMILY AcERACEAE