The members of the sycamore family are deciduous trees or bushes with opposite simple or complex leaves.The blossoms are bisexual and rarely unisexual, with monoecious or dioecious placement, and gathered in inflorescences.The fruit is a dry samara with the angle between the wings being a characteristic sign for the different species. Of the two genera belonging to the family – Acer and Dipteronia, of importance for this country is only the Acer genus – sycamore or maple. Of it, 7 species are naturally spread throughout the territory of this country.