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Sighting: Acer saccharum at 37-49 Reservation Rd, Sunderland MA

by Liu1 on October 23 2016

Location notes: This sugar maple located in the middle of the road.

Comments: Sugar maple is a tree woody plant which lives in terrestrial habitat. The leaf blade is simple and two leaves per node. The leaf has both teethes and lobes. The leaf will drop off during winter, and the color will turn to yellow and red. The length of the leaf is about 130-150mm, and the width of the leaf is between 80-200mm.