Normally I only take photos of wild creatures, but for the trees I am making an exception to get started. The Lexington tree farm is so close by and all the trees are all so helpfully labeled that I can't resist using photos from there.

Quercus ellipsoidalis (Pin Oak) (Lexington Tree Farm, 6/16/12 12pm)

Quercus coccinea (Scarlet Oak) (Lexington Tree Farm, 6/16/12 12pm)

Quercus rubra (Northern Red Oak) (Lexington Tree Farm, 6/16/12 12pm)

Ulmus americana (American Elm) (Lexington Tree Farm, 6/16/12 12pm) My photos of the Eastern Comma caterpillar are on Elm leaves. The tree I found it on was on North St. on the roadside with the stone wall at the edge of Willard's woods.

Rhus typhina (Staghorn Sumac) (Whipple Hill, 6/30/12 11am)

Quercus spp. (Whipple Hill, 8/21/12 11am)

(Juniper) (Willard's Woods, 7/7/13 2pm)

(Lower Vine Brook, 5/18/14 11am)

Salix discolor (Pussy willow) (Lower Vine Brook, 4/19/15 1pm)

Carya glabra (Pignut hickory)? (Whipple Hill, 5/26/14 12pm)

Carya sp. (Willard's Woods, 9/10/16 4pm) Probably Pignut hickory like above.

Salix sp. (Willow) (Lower Vine Brook, 9/25/16 3pm)

Asimina triloba (Pawpaw) (Lower Vine Brook, 5/27/17 4pm, Parker Meadow, 9/9/17 5pm)

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