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Acer hainanense

It is an evergreen tree growing to a height of 10–15 m or more, with a trunk up to 50 cm diameter. The leaves are smooth, unlobed, leathery, olive-green, and about 6–15 cm long and 3–5 cm wide, with a short 1-1.5 cm petiole. The leaves are normally persistent, and only drop in winter in unusually severe frost.

Acer hainanense Chun et Fang in Act. Phytotax. Sin. 11: 171. 1966 ???????10??????24??????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????????????? ????????5-8,????3-4????????????????????????????????????7?????????????????????????????????????????????5-7???????????????????????????????????????????????????????1.3????????????1.5??????????5-6????????????????????, ?5-10???????????????????????5?????????????????1.5???????????????53????????????2.2??????????????????????8????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????5????????????4?????????2.5???????????2????6-7?? ???????????500-14O0??????????????????? ??????A. laevigatum Wall. ????????????????????????5???????????????????????????? ?“??? Acer hainanense Chun et Fang”?????? ???Acer crassum Hu et Cheng ???Acer eucalyptoides Fang et Wu ???Acer fabri Hance ???Acer hilaense Hu et Cheng ???Acer kiukiangense Hu et Cheng ???Acer kwangnanense Hu et Cheng ???Acer laevigatum Wall. More