Acer binzayedii (Sapindaceae), a new maple species from Mexico

  title={Acer binzayedii (Sapindaceae), a new maple species from Mexico},
  author={Yalma L. Vargas-Rodriguez and Lowell E. Urbatsch and Vesna Karaman-Castro and Blanca Lorena Figueroa-Rangel},
Acer binzayedii, a new species of Sapindaceae from cloud and high elevation forests in Jalisco State, Mexico, is described and illustrated. Acer binzayedii is characterized by deeply sagittate anther bases bearing scattered trichomes, the wing sulcus covering more than half of the nutlet, sparsely distributed coalescent and anastomose veins of the wings with reticulate veinlets sometimes present, trichomes on the abaxial leaf surfaces with short nodulations of reduced prominence, conical buds… 
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