Can you ID this tree?

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Can you ID this tree?

Post by Pointman » Tue Apr 28, 2020 4:31 pm

I have several pictures of Chinaberry, Staghorn and Smooth Sumac, Western Soapberry and Tree of Heaven. All have a terminal leaflet at the end. This one does not and I'm having a hard time getting a positive ID. Anyone have a clue?
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Re: Can you ID this tree?

Post by BigJesse » Tue Apr 28, 2020 5:10 pm

I'd guess winged sumac, elderberry or soapberry. Hard to tell really. Any of last years berries or otherwise on the ground that you noticed?
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Re: Can you ID this tree?

Post by YoungBlacksmith » Wed Apr 29, 2020 7:58 am

My guess is Chinese Pistachio, second guess would be Western Soapberry, which does not have a terminal leaf. Both are even numbered leaves, with slight alternating along the twig.

http://texastreeid.tamu.edu/content/treedetails/?id=79
http://texastreeid.tamu.edu/content/treedetails/?id=116
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