Maple Leaves

List Of Maple Leaves

Here you'll find a selection of maple leaves.

cappadocian maple (Acer cappadocicum) leaf

The leaves are lobed with 5 to 7 leaf tips and becomes up to 18 cm (7.1 in). The petiole is reddish and almost as long as the leaf. The leaf veins go star-shaped from the leaf base. The leaf position is opposite.

hornbeam maple (Acer carpinifolium) leaf

The leaves are ovate, green and the leaf margin serrate.

italian maple (Acer opalus) leaf

The leaves are usually three-lobed and the leaf edge is notched. The petiole is longer than the leaf. The leaf position is opposite. The autumn color is yellow.

vine-leaved maple (Acer cissifolium) leaf

The leaves are pinnate and is composed of three single leaves. The individual leaves are irregularly sinuate, ovate and pointed. The petiole is long and reddish, leaf margin coarsely toothed and the leaf arrangement is alternate.

mountain maple (Acer spicatum) leaf

The leaves are ovate often three to five lobes weakly. The leaf margin is serrated and the leaf position is alternate.

montpellier maple (Acer monspessulanum) leaf

The leaf is three lobed, dark green and has a reddish petiole, which is longer than the leaf. The leaf margin is smooth and the leaf arrangement is opposite.

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