SOLVED: Does anyone know what this tree is?

Fort Worth, TX

I want to use this dried bunch of berries in a flower arrangement but need to be able to name the specimen.

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Auburn, AL

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Looks like Rhus typhina to me.

Scott County, KY(Zone 5b)

Those twigs look incredibly free of "fuzz" - so likely not Rhus typhina - Staghorn Sumac.

It's very close cousin is a better bet: Rhus glabra - Smooth Sumac.

When in leaf, you can compare with the third similar species: Rhus copallina - Shining Sumac.

Fort Worth, TX

I think you are right, smooth sumac—-thanks

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