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If you have been careful in your search you will finally stop at Acer saccharum.Michigan Trees
Charles Herbert Otis
She occupies a hut constructed of cocoanut leaves, branches of Pongamia glabra, and wild sugarcane (Saccharum arundinaceum).Castes and Tribes of Southern India
Sugar cane, onas (Saccharum), is raised in considerable quantity, and is used in making an intoxicating drink known as basi.The Tinguian
The sugars used are chiefly cane sugar, glucose and invert sugar—the latter commonly known as "saccharum."
Up to this period the two most conspicuous grasses continue to be Saccharum spontaneum, and Andropogon muricatus.