big-tooth maple

 

The big-tooth maple is an outstanding canopy tree that remains in Texas from an ancient past, when larger populations of maples extended from the western Edwards Plateau to the steppes of the Rocky Mountains.

 

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\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)

\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)

\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)

\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)

\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)

\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)

\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)

\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)
\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)
\\ big-tooth maple (ACGR3)

plant details

big-tooth maple

identification

latin name: Acer grandidentatum

usda code: ACGR3

alternative name(s): Lost maple

classification

ecotopes class: canopy

ecological condition(s): sunny edgeshady woodland

size range: (canopy) SMALL – 20-40 ft

habit: tree

leaf retention: deciduous

light requirement: full sun – part-sun

native range