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Spyderist
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« Reply #150 on: November 27, 2012, 08:34:32 PM »

Figured it was some kind of oak by the look of the leaves.  The color looks a lot like what we get on the Texas red oaks around here but the leaf is shaped different.   

Oops, I lied (unintentionally) ... it's a Scarlet Maple

(I'd just typed my daughter's address and she lives on Scarlet Oak - copy and paste errors apparently occur in one's brain as well as on computers).  It dawned on me when I Googled it and started reading about scarlet oak acorns.  No acorns here.  This dear tree sends out thousands of seeding helicopters in the spring.
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