October berries (Fall+colors trees ). Photo by Okiemom
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October berries

Uploaded by: Okiemom

Monday October 21, 2013

Bartlesville, OK (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Would love to know what kind of tree this is. It is fairly tall, though not quite as tall as the maples.


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3. YouKnowWho
1:28 PM GMT on October 23, 2013
Gorgeous capture of this unknown tree!
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2. Okiemom
12:41 PM GMT on October 23, 2013
Thanks for looking anyway, Kathy. They do turn dark much later into the winter. They will all be red for a long time.
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1. ChrisAnthemum
6:07 AM GMT on October 23, 2013
I'm stumped with this one, Sheila; it's not in my books and several different online tree ID services listed three or four different possible IDs, all which I'm pretty sure are wrong. It is neither mountain ash, poison sumac, a nut tree, or Sophora. I just don't know; maybe someone else does.
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