I can see a terrestrial woody plant with 🍁︎ leaves, arranged ╫ opposite, blade division=🍁︎ simple, margin (edge)=♧ lobed, 3–7 main leaf veins radiating from 🍁︎ one point (🖐 palmate), with …

leaf ♧ sinuses that are:

      not sure

Rounded sinuses (U-shaped)

with leaf ♧ lobes that number:
3 (4+5 very small)   5   5 (6+7 very small) :

3-lobed (4+5 very small)

leaf base=∪ rounded, width = length, undersurface=​hairy, sides droop
◼︎ 🍁︎ black maple  Acer nigrum

▲▲ teeth very coarse;  bark=many colors, each in own asymmetric[?] patches;  ╟ alternate[?]
American sycamore  Platanus occidentalis


Pacific Coast of USA or Canada, leaves=very large, leaf tips=∩ rounded
bigleaf maple  Acer macrophyllum

central/eastern USA/Canada, leaf base=∪ rounded, width = length
🍭︎🍁︎ sugar maple  Acer saccharum

5-lobed (6+7 very small)

leaf base=___ straight, width > length, leaf stem injury exudes white milky juice
🇳🇴 🍁︎ Norway maple  Acer platanoides

leaf base=___ straight, width < length, end lobe narrows toward base
🇨🇦 Canadian flag  Vexillum canadensis

Learn more about 🍁︎ maple genus Acer (Acer spp.)

A group of about 128 related plants in soapberry  family Sapindaceae in cashew / 🌰︎ chestnut / 🍊︎ citrus / 🍁︎ maple  order Sapindales.

Native to North America, Europe, northern Africa, and Asia.  Only one species extends into the 🌐︎ Southern Hemisphere.   🗺 Map by county (🇺🇸 USA-48) (color key).

Uses by native peoples
(Ethnobotany database)

Acer hosts caterpillars of 285 species
of butterflies and moths, in some areas.
  This plant is also known to be a host for (in areas where invasive) 🐝︎ spotted lanternfly (SLF)  Lycorma delicatula.

Maple diseases (archived).

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