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Tree ID: Eve's necklace

 
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Need some help on identifying this tree,

it has small oblong compound leafs and has small black pods that are a little bigger then deer or goat poop.





 
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Ok, Think i found it. From browsing Texas A&M's tree ID site... looks to be Eve's necklace, Texas Sophora.
 
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I believe that's a locust. I've never seen one that didn't do flat pods though.
 
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I'm in NE Tx near McKinney and have dozens of these on my property. Was trying to identify them through Google and found this link to Permies! The evil empire is starting to work... Anyway, thanks for the identification. Eve's necklace it is. The Dirt Doctor gives it high marks, and that's worth something. Eve's necklace from DirtDoctor.com
 
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