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Amur Maple (Acer ginnala Maxim.)

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Native to East Asia. Widely planted in North America, this species has become established in the wild at numerous sites across the Northeastern U.S., and to some degree the upper midwest, and is often considered an invasive species.

Treated as a subspecies of Tatar maple (Acer tataricum) by some authorities.

Range - Expand

Introduced or Not Present

This tentative map is based on our own research. It may have limited data on Canada and/or Mexico, and there is some subjectivity in our assignment of plants as introduced vs. expanded. Read more in this blog post.