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Anyone know what these trees are ?

 
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These are pictures of several different trees that I’m positive are all the same species I just don’t know what. All I have is the bark to go on, it looks unique to me kind of scaley looking.
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Whoops here’s the rest of the pictures...
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Looks like black cherry, prunus serotina, to me just from the distinctive bark. If you get a look at a younger sapling or branch it would have raised, horizontal white lines on the young bark, known technically as lenticels. Hope this helps.
 
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I agree, it looks like a P. serotina
 
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