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Opposite Branching & Compound Leaves

Congratulations!!! Compound leaves seem to be bunched together giving a more dense appearance on a branch. If you have a compound leaf tree, then you should be able to pick your tree from one of the following five examples. Good Job.

Black Ash
Black Ash

Green Ash
Green Ash

White Ash
White Ash

Mountain Ash
Mountain Ash

Box Elder
Box Elder

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