This tree is still young and only about 30 feet. The leaves are small and heart-shaped. It has bud-like fruit and 'helicopters'.
This tree is about 100 feet tall. It was located in a forest in Kent. The leaves are large, heart-shaped, and thin.
This tree I estimate to be about 30 feet tall. It is a younger tree, with not very defined bark and leaves. It has 'helicopter' fruit. The leaf has a very long stem.
This tree, found in a neighborhood forest, is about 90 feet tall. It has acorn, nut-like fruit. The fruit is fuzzy and light green. The leaf is compound with 5 leaflets and has a soft underside.
This tree was found in a neighborhood forest. Its height is about 60 feet. The leaf is simple and is very thick and sandpaper-like.
amber sap coming out of the bark, opposite, simple, toothed, cherry blossoms on tree
smooth, one main vein coming up the middle, 3 trunks, weeping
Short, the tree hasn't fully grown at all, bark was smooth, opposite, simple, and toothed and lobed
The tree was tall, with shorter branches. It had a foot diameter and the bark was tough, and a darker brown with a reddish hue. The leaves are opposite, simple, and lobed. There were winged pods growing on this tree.
The tree was shorter, around 15 feet tall, with a diameter of about 5 inches. The bark was smoother, and a darker brown, The leaf is smaller, opposite, simple, and smooth. The leaf has a pointed tip and there are red berries growing from the tree.
Either Suillus luteus or salmonicolor
This leaf is lobed toothed and simple.
Leaves were simple alternative leaves that were toothed. The tree was a younger tree with white bark.
The tree is shorter,with a diameter of about 7-8 inches. The bark is dark and rough. The leaves are alternate, simple, and smooth. The veins of the leaves are opposite of each other and there are acorns growing on the tree.
This tree was found in the front yard of CVCA. I estimate its height to be 30-40 feet high. It seems to be an older tree because the bark of the tree is pealing off and the tree looks very naked and dry. The leaf is simple and very wide. It has large teeth that are very sharp.
This tree was found in the front yard of CVCA. I estimate it's height to be 35-45 feet. I looks to be an older tree because the bark looks faded and very dry. The leaf is simple and has a slight rough texture on the top. There are leaves that are much bigger than the one I collected. They are as long as 12" to 13". The tree is located on a slight hill with no grass living around it. It was very dry.
This tree was found in the front yard of CVCA High School. I estimate it's height to be 30-40 feet high. It looks to be an older tree because the bark looks discolored and faded. The stem of the leaf as long as the actual leaf. The lobs of the leaf are very prominent and it has 3 lobs. The tree is on a slight hill where there is no grass around the tree. It was a very wide tree at the middle.
Black-edged pluteus (see closeup of gills)