Trees, insects and diseases of Canada's forests
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Leaves in opposite pairs; simple or compound
Leaves pinnately compound; twigs smooth; fruits consist of single-winged elongated seeds
Leaves simple; fruits with woody stones
Leaves pinnately compound; twigs rough to the touch; fruits berry-like
Leaves palmately compound; fruits leathery capsules
Leaves simple, long-stalked, stalks not glandular; fruits consist of two winged seeds joined at the base, hanging on the same stalk
Leaves simple, short-stalked, stalk often with warty glands; fruits berry-like borne in erect clusters
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