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Aceraceae -- Maple family

    William J. Gabriel

    Black maple (Acer nigrum), also called black sugar maple,  hard maple, or rock maple, is closely related to sugar maple (A.  saccharum) in habit, range, and quality and use of wood.  Black maple grows on a variety of soils, but most commonly on  moist soils of river bottoms in mixed hardwood forests. It grows  rapidly in early life, then slowly and may live 200 years. Black  maple is cut and sold with sugar maple as hard maple lumber. The  trees can be tapped for sap for making maple syrup. Young trees  are often browsed by deer, and buds and seeds are eaten by birds.  Occasionally this tree is used as an ornamental.

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William J. Gabriel

Source: Silvics of North America

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