|If the leaves are compounded click here|
|If the leaves are simple, click here|
|If the leaves are doubly compound near the branch tip and singly compound farther back on the branch, and the leaflet edges have very small teeth (nearly smooth), the tree is a honeylocust|
|If the leaves are singly compound and the leaflet edges have sharp teeth, click here|
|If there are 14-23 leaflets on the leaf and the buds are cream colored, the tree is a black walnut.|
|If there are 7-11 leaflets on the leaf and the buds are bright yellow, the tree is a bitternut hickory.|
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