Having trouble identifying this tree. Not sure if it is an ornamental/invasive/non-native ???
Small leaves, grey bark, barely fissured (thin) 40 feet tall? has large green seed pod - pear shaped, fleshy like an avocado, seeds like a milkweed and a sticky/oily/milky white substance inside pod. very weird. found in Apollo Beach area of Florida.
It will only allow me to upload one picture - but I can assure you this pod came from HIGH up in the canopy of the tree - bark resembles a beech, or thin oak. Very small leaves.
Someone may recognize it from that...but if not, you can upload more pictures. Just reply to this post, and each time you reply you can upload an additional picture. You can only upload them one at a time, but you can reply as many times as you'd like until you've got all your pictures in.
Don't know the tree, but you CAN upload more than one picture to your thread. It's just that you can only upload one picture at a time. Here's how: Scroll down to "Post a reply to this thread," add some text (like "Picture #2" or "fruit" or "leaves"), then go down to "Image," add your picture, and click on "Send." Then repeat this process as many times as you have pictures.