Acording to the Kew dtabase Ginkgo biloba f. microsperma Sugim., J. Geobot. 24: 61 (1977). is a synonym for Ginkgo biloba L., Mant. Pl. 2: 313 (1771). However, regarldes of taxonomic classification, it is a Japanese form of Ginkgo biloba having the distinction of smaller seeds than the original Chinese wild form. In all other respects it is virtually indishtinguishabe from most other straight Ginkgo biloba normally reaching a height of 20–35 m at maturity.