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  • oldmaninthewoods
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    japanese red maple ?

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  • achaundy
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    Don't know the fancy name, but it is a Chinese Maple. I know it's nothing like the Maple tree's I've seen. Skip

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  • Keoma
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    Liquid Amber?

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  • mikeGinSC
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    Rough Barked Maple...Acer Triflorum?

    Mike G. in SC

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  • mikeGinSC
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    Originally posted by achaundy
    The tree is a Maple Made in China. Skip
    Is this a little tongue in cheek?


    Mike G. in SC

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  • achaundy
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    The tree is a Maple Made in China. Skip

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  • mikeGinSC
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    How about Acer Palmatum, one of many Asian Maples.

    Mike G. in SC

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  • achaundy
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    Mike your getting closer. Skip

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  • mikeGinSC
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    Looks like some kind of Maple. Except for it's size, I'd have guessed Japanese Maple by the picture of the leaves. Now I'll have to drop back and punt.

    Mike G. in SC

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  • achaundy
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    Close but no attaboys. It is from China. Skip

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  • Clifford_Parker
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    Since you are in PA I would also guess Oriental Sweetgum ( L. orientalis ) since China Sweetgum ( L. formosana ) and American Sweetgum ( L. styraciflua ) are not hardy in Zone 5, which encompasses most of PA.

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  • AlArchie
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    OK, I'l take a stab; Oriental Sweetgum (liquidambar orientalis) ????? Had to look it up, though

    Al

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  • achaundy
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    Hint It's not native. Skip

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  • achaundy
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    So far no attaboys Good try though Skip

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  • Thomp
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    dose it have golf ball size stickery balls hanging or around the base on ground,
    then its definately sweet gum the wood is a little harder than tulip popular

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