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Thank you MrsPbio!
There are most definitely pawpaws in PA, at least southern PA, where I'm from most recently. But this is NOT a pawpaw. (BTW.... pawpaw leaves, when torn, smell like green peppers! lol ) I'm going with a hickory. Which are a royal pain in the neck to ID from photos. :)
Thanks, ForestDragon! I hadn't thought of Hickory! I'll have to take another look with a tree ID book in hand.
Perhaps a Hickory of some type?http://www.wikihow.com/Identify-Hickory-...
Hi Sarah Whitt! Thanks! Pickin' up Paw Paws and puttin' 'em in my pocket? PA is pretty far north for Paw Paws. I could be wrong on that...I was thinking maybe Chestnut or Butternut but I'm not at all sure. Thanks for your help!
A Paw Paw tree?
Lat: 41.92, Long: -78.65
Spotted on Jun 13, 2017 Submitted on Jun 13, 2017