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Please identify this tree

Posted by moriarty217 ny (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 8, 14 at 20:04

I don't think it is an ash and it's not a locust, I am at a loss as to what it may be. Can anyone help? Some leaves are alternate some are not. No serrated edges or pointier leaf tips. No thorns of any sort.
Please help, curiosity is killing me and I cannot find the exact match on line.


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RE: Please identify this tree

It looks like Black Locust so much....... are you SURE?


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RE: Please identify this tree

possibly gymnocladus dioicus/kentucky coffee tree?


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concur with george - looks a LOT like my KY coffee trees


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RE: Please identify this tree

Looks like black locust to me; not KCT.


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I will go with black locust as well. I took my little dog for a walk this evening specifically to look at the foliage of my Ky coffee tree and black locusts. The coffee tree's leaflets are pointed, and the locust's are not. It looks like a robinia.


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