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Help identifying berry (maybe elderberry?)

I found these berries in my yard, but can’t identify what they are, although they resemble elderberries. They are found in New Jersey in mid-August. Any ideas? Thanks! Edit: added an additional photo ...
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Is this stump hosting Laetiporus Cincinnatus coniferous?

I believe I have found a specimen of Laetiporus Cincinnatus growing on a coniferous stump. Identifying features pointing towards Cincinnatus include the white pore surface, the pink tone of the upper ...
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Are these rowan berries? Yes or no, are they edible?

Am I correct in assuming that these are rowan berries? I have little experience, but have learned that the appearance of the bark matches. The tree is located in northern Germany (northern German ...
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Can anyone help to identify this tree with strange green flower/fruit in North Georgia woods?

What tree is this? I am unable to identify it. It has a green spongy soft velvety flower/fruit at the end of branches. It is located in North Georgia woods in the USA. I don't believe it would be a ...
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Can you identify these trees from the logs?

The trees that these logs came from were growing in Northeast Kansas. Other than that, the pictures are really the only identifying information I have about them. I’m not sure whether any of them ...
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What is this type of tree?

Wondering if you know what type of tree are those two?
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Do golden color pine trees associate with the name of Fluffy?

I went to a nursery over the weekend and purchased a golden colored pine tree. The nursery was calling them Fluffy Trees (picture below). This tree name really makes me laugh and smile but I am ...
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Do Redwood Trees grow in families?

I have heard a very interesting tree fact about Redwoods. These trees grow in a family unit. In doing some research I came upon the the term: "Fairy Rings" or family circles, are likely all ...
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Which tree produces heart shaped seeds enveloped in a long pod?

Which tree native to Florida produces these seeds? The pods are really long and the seeds inside are in the shape of little hearts.
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What is this tree with shiny leaves and a fuzzy seed pod?

I was walking my dog along this one stretch of side walk in my neighborhood and there are a few of these trees lined up along it. They have a fuzzy seed pod (or perhaps a flower pod?) that reminds me ...
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What kind of tree produces these long multi-seed pods?

My last question provided me with a very thorough answer and I'm hoping for the same thing with this one. Another kind of tree in my area (southeast Virginia) produces these long seed pods with seeds ...
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What kind of tree produces these seed pods looking like spiky balls?

I recently moved to southern Virginia near the coast (about 15 miles in from it). All over the ground are these spiky balls that I assume contain seeds to the tree they fall off of. There are ...
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Can anyone help with identifying this tree?

The tree kind of resembles an ash but has green buds, there are pinnate leaflets with rounded tips close up of leaflets edit This tree is located in Cambidgeshire in the United Kingdom
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What types of trees are in these intertwined groups in Massachusetts?

Last week we were walking at the Wachusett Reservoir in Central Massachusetts, USA. Next to the path was a group of mature trees, the largest of which was a maple, with various sizes of smaller tree ...
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