Acer negundo (Aceraceae, Angiosperms)

Common names:Eschen-Ahorn (AT, DE), javor jasanolistý, javorovec jasanolistý (CZ), Askebladet løn (DK), saarvaher (EE), saarnivaahtera (FI), Uosialapis klevas (LT), ošlapu kļava (LV), Vederesdoorn (NL), asklønn (NO), Klon jesionolistny (PL), клен ясенелистный (RU), Asklönn (SE)
Synonymes:Negundo aceroides, Negundo fraxinifolium, Acer negundo var. negundo
Habitats:Coastland, Disturbed areas, Riparian zones, Urban areas, Wetlands
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Country Introduction year Status Frequency Invasiveness
Austria (AT) <1850 Established Very common Invasive
Belgium (BE) 1955 Established Local Potentially invasive
Czech Republic (CZ) <1875 Established Local Invasive
Denmark (DK) Not known Rare Not invasive
Estonia (EE) 1865 Not known Local Not known
European part of Russia (RU) 1942 Established Very common Invasive
Finland (FI) Not known Not known Not invasive
Germany (DE) 1800's Not known Not known Not known
Latvia (LV) 1893 Established Common Invasive
Lithuania (LT) 1963 Established Common Invasive
Netherlands (NL) 1809 Established Local Potentially invasive
Norway (NO) 1946 Established Not known Not invasive
Poland (PL) Established Very common Invasive
Sweden (SE) 1798 Established Rare Not known

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