2 different Acer miyabei Trees in the scene.
Acer miyabei (Miyabe's or Miyabe maple; Japanese: クロビイタヤ: kurobiitaya) is a species of maple native to Japan, where it occurs in Hokkaidō and the Tōhoku region in northern Honshū. It is a small to medium-sized deciduous tree growing to 10 m tall, with a trunk with rough, grey-brown bark. The leaves are five-lobed (the basal pair of lobes usually small), 7–20 cm long and 12–20 cm broad, with a 5–15 cm long petiole; the petiole bleeds white latex if cut. It is an endangered species, confined to scattered locations close to streams and rivers.
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Acer miyabei1: 12/50 m
Acer miyabei2: 13/50 m
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