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Very attractive small tree, but considered an invasive species in the Southeastern U.S. because it is so prolific. As late as the mid-1960s, they sometimes grew to be full-size shade trees. While extremely common now, they rarely grow to be very large.
Same tree: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/284...
Lat: 32.83, Long: -88.48
Spotted on May 18, 2010
Submitted on Jun 23, 2013