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Description: From our 2015 expedition to Taiwan working with The National Museum of Natural Science, from Taichung. A collection from the Dasyueshan mountains, where this distinct and easily recognised snake-barked maple, was only 10m tall, with smaller than normal with only the slightest hint of any lobbing. A tree valued for its colourful shallowly trilobed elongated leaves turning crimson to rust in the autumn, contrasting with the long pendant strings of winged seed. Easily grown in any type of moisture retaining soil in part shade to sun, sheltered from drying winds. Syn. A. caudatifolium.
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