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Oh i also just remembered about another site you may find interesting and is kind of the same idea but with every living thing. Its called the "encyclopedia of life" and is still in its infancy but it is looking to become something fantastic in my eyes. Encyclopedia of Life is the address but like i said its still at the beginning of its life...

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It looks more like Pyrus calleryana.

I think Pyrus is a good call.

Don't know the variety.


sent from my phone but never in work time.

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Hmm, could be, I thought of Pear but we just chopped down a communis today and I forgot how different the calleryana leaves are. The Chanticleer anyway.

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