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PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2007 1:25 pm 
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Hard to say without seeing the tree as a whole. Leaves could be a form of Ash, from their shape.

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Does look like green ash. If fall color is yellow, that's probably the answer. Texas ash has more orange and red colors.


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I vote for ash. Since you thought it was a live oak, its more than likely to be Arizona ash. Both trees developed a rounded crown on a short trunk. Also, be sure to identify the seed.

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