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  1. Thank you. Had to look that one up. I have some more photos that may help confirm.
  2. Hello, I am guessing this is some variety of Cypress? Cones are 2cm diameter. Thanks for any suggestions!
  3. Hello. This came down in the storms, in coastal Cornwall. Not my tree, I only have this photo and that the cones are, 'about the size of a conker'. Do the leaves look right for Monterey Cyprus? Thank you
  4. Thank you. Here is a view of the buds. The one on the left (Scots Pine?) has needles 6cm and the cones are about 5cm long, 3cm wide. The smaller one has needles 4cm long, and cones 4cm long, 2cm wide.
  5. Lots of branches down this morning. Came across these two bits. Are pine species too similar to easily identify? Both two needle pines, but clearly different trees. Would love to identify them. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
  6. That looks like a good shout. Thanks.
  7. Thanks all. I found Salix alba elaegnos, narrow leaved rosemary willow, which has similar coloured / shaped leaves, but not sure about the shape of the actual tree. I thought those spiked leaf edges would give it away, but if there are lots of similar hybrids, perhaps not.
  8. Please can someone tell me is this some sort of Eucalyptus? Or a Willow? Thank you.
  9. Thank you. There's a tree close by I had pegged as Narrow Leaved Ash (photo attached). Its leaves are much narrower and decidedly spaced out. The new tree looks nothing like this.
  10. Thanks but I don't think so. Buds for Wingnut are brown aren't they? Another photo showing the keys. I'd be surprised if it's not an Ash, just seems a bit different.
  11. Clearly Ash, but its leaves looks quite different to most of the others around here, darker, curled, feel glossier and thicker. Assumed most of the local trees are Fraxinus excelsior, but is this something else or do they have quite a bit of variation? Thank you
  12. Thanks both, much appreciated.
  13. I'm not familiar with the species but is this a Thuja? Any idea which? Western Red, Northern White? Thank you.
  14. Please can someone help me ID this tree. Some kind of fir? Except it doesn't seem to have the sucker-like attachments joining the needles to the branches.


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