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need help identifying some trees

 
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Hello everyone!

I want to learn more about plants and I'm beginning with the trees in the forest near my home in Transylvania, Romania.

Thank you!
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No. 1
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No 2
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No 3
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No 4
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No 5
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No 6, the bent one
 
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I'm not generally familiar with European trees, but 1 and 2 look like some variety of birch. I can't tell what 3 is, beech is possible but I wouldn't try to say so without more info. 4 suggests hickory; are there hickories in Europe? The growth pattern of 5 reminds me of maples, but I would need to see a closeup of twig and leaf before saying anything with confidence. 6 could be a black birch or a black cherry in the US, but I don't know what European trees would be similar to those.

Hopefully someone from Europe will chime in with more localized knowledge.
 
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Thank you!

I don't think there are hickories in Europe. Could the one with the triangle be hornbeam? The bent, stripy one might as well be wild cherry, I thought of that too, looking forward to spring to figure that out
 
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I think 1,2, and 3 could be cherry, maybe sweet cherry.  I’m not at all sure though.  Cherry trees have horizontal markings like that.
 
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Hmm, there's a pretty small chance they're cherries, they're in the woods in the place where you don't usually find them. On second thought, 1 and 3 could be Alder.
 
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This is my Montmorency cherry.
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