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    Need help with a few more trees if anyone has a moment: Tree 1

    After about 500 trees and multiple species, these last few have worn me out. This one I was thinking is some type of Catalpa or Tallowtree.
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    Tree 2

    A type of Oak maybe?
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    Tree 3

    I found no nuts or fruits around the base, and on the tree itself, I only found one round shaped nut, unfortunately it came out blurry.
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    Tree 4

    A type of Ash?
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    Mulberry type

    I was thinking this was maybe a Paper Mulberry but the bark type is slightly different. Possibly a Red Mulberry?
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    I would say it is a Tallow tree based on the pics. The leaf (tallowtree_01) looks exactly like the illustration in Dirr's Manual of Woody Landscape Plants. I have never seen one of theses in person. They are interesting! Looks like it is noted as an invasive species as well: http://www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/p...intallow.shtml

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    Where did you take these pictures at?

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    I took them on site in Brandon, FL. Lot of species of Oak, and only three of these trees, but they are secluded.

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    1.) definitely chinese tallow
    2.) Are there two different trees shown in the pictures? Look up laurel oak (quercus laurifolia), southern red oak (quercus falcata) and blackjack oak and see if those match.
    3.) I don't know.
    4.) Looks like Chinaberry unfortunately
    5.) Red mulberry would be my best guess with the limited information provided.

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    Tree 3.... could it be some kind of ficus (fig) tree? Given the location leaf shape, texture and petiole length this would be my best guess. Might be a shortleaf fig. Did this tree appear to be growing around another tree? It could be a strangler fig. Here is a link to a long list of trees common to south FL.

    http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/eh157

    I went through all of them and fig made the most sense to me.

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