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Help in identifying tree

 
Catarina Mendes
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Hi, can anyone help me to find the name of this tree.
I know it's a kind a cypress but nothing else.
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David Livingston
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What shape or size is the tree ?

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Catarina Mendes
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I thing the size is 7 m.
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Bryant RedHawk
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That appears to be a Pond Cypress, Taxodium distichum var. imbricatum.

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All this information allows people to give specific help instead of just generalizing an answer.
 
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