|Description: This is a map showing the distribution of the Acer negundo or boxelder in Florida. "Very widespread through most of continental U.S. except New England and nw. N.J. and c. N.Y. w. to extreme s. Ontario, c. Michigan, n. Minnesota, c. Man., c. Sask., and s. Alta., s. to c. Missouri, e. Wyoming, Utah, and California, and e. to s. Texas and c. Florida. Also local in N.H., Vt., Mass., Conn., Idaho, and Nev. Naturalized ne. to Maine, s. Quebec, N.B., N.S., and P.E.I. and in se. Washington and e. Oregon. Also vars. in mts. of Mexico and Guatemala." —Elbert L. Little, Jr. For more information, read the introduction to the Atlas of United States Trees Vol. 5 Florida.|
Source: Elbert L. Little, Jr., Atlas of United States Trees Volume 5 Florida (Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office, 1978)
Map Credit: Courtesy the private collection of Roy Winkelman.