identification help

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identification help

monkeychee5e
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May 28th, 2017, 9:56 pm #1

I believe this to be chokecherry but I just can't quite be sure when compared to Google searches- i have never identified chokecherry as of yet so just want to be sure before I cut it's shoots.

https://ibb.co/c3TYFv

thank you for the help (:

i guess link won't convert to a pic...will have to figure that out later haha



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Michael Bootz
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May 29th, 2017, 5:28 am #2

Can't help with identification, but here's the pic:


To post it, go to the "Embed Codes" tab below the image (when clicking on the link you posted). Then copy the "BBCode" link under "Full image (linked)" and simply paste that into your post.
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May 29th, 2017, 4:15 pm #3

thank you Michael for your response! I was trying to remember which link to use from back in the MySpace erra haha but clearly I had forgotten which to use.

Appreciate the help and information (:
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May 30th, 2017, 7:26 pm #4

Those are not cherry leaves and looks like a Sumac tree to me or something similar. Where is this?
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May 31st, 2017, 6:08 pm #5

This is in San Diego county. The local Laurel Sumac has larger leaves than these normally
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May 31st, 2017, 11:37 pm #6

I was thinking some kind of sumac as well. The ribs between the leaves look a lot like winged sumac to me, but the berries are a mystery because they don't look the same and the leaves on yours are rounded. I'm on the east coast so my ID on this is probably going to be way off.

http://www.pwconserve.org/graphics/plan ... d_1036.jpg

This is a winged sumac...close, but no cigar
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monkeychee5e
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June 1st, 2017, 12:07 am #7

Ah that picture looks way too similar for this to not be a variety of sumac. Do you know if winged sumac has any uses for bows/arrows?

Thank you for yur replies cavemanrob and archeryrob
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