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Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Flower/Fruit: Fl.Per.: March-April.
Type: Syntypes: Jhelum vy. J.L., Stewart 648(K); Hazara, J.L. Stewart 541(K).
Distribution: Distribution: Turkestan, Hindukush, Afghanistan, NW. Himalaya in India and Pakistan.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Wood is used for making farming implements.
Photo: Acer pentapomicum Stewart ex Brandis (Photo)
Map Location: A-6 Chitral: Shoghot, 2400 m, Stainton 2658(BM); B-6 In jugo Lowari, 2100 m, Toppin 189, 427(K); Brumboret Gol, 2400 m, Bowes Lyon 607(BM); B-7 Swat: To Marguzar, 3-4000 ft., R.R Stewart 27979 (RAW); Kashmir, Muzaffarabad, 2.10.1956, Jan Mohd. 137(RAW); C-6 Kurram: Kurram valley, Aitchison 853(K); Peshawar, Mohd. Akram s.n. (KUH).


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A small tree or shrub, deciduous, dark brownish-grey, smooth. Twigs glabrous, grey or reddish. Leaves 4-15 cm across, 3-lobed; lobes triangular, grey-green above, pale green beneath; margins crenate-serrate to subentire; base truncate, subcordate or rounded, glabrescent except nerve axils, pubescent beneath; petioles 3-10 cm long, slender. Inflorescence corymbose, glabrous. Flowers 5-merous, 7-8 mm across, greenish. Sepals obovate, 3-4 mm long. Petals smaller. Stamens 8, inserted at margin of disc. Ovary glabrous; styles connate to top. Samaras glabrous, 2-3 cm long; wings divergent to connivent; nutlets gibbous.
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