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tree identification please

 
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I collected some seeds from this tree recently and would like to learn more about it. This one is growing in zone 6b, thanks in advance.
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Ash, I think.  Not the same species we have here though.
 
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I believe that is a green ash tree (Fraxinus pennsylvanica), but if not green, it is at least an ash of some kind.
 
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If it is ash, I wouldn’t bother to plant them because of the Emerald Ash Borer. It sounds unstoppable, but I haven’t read anything lately. I will see if I can find anything hopeful.

They are really nice trees though.
 
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It looks like Emerald Ash Borer hasn’t found Idaho yet.
 
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