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Help with identifying a few trees during winter

 
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I recently moved to a new place and I am trying to identify 5 of the trees on the property. I am trying to make a plan for spring. I want to remove and replace a few things that are not really beneficial to my plan. I have taken some pictures of the trees I am trying to identify. These are in Mapleton Utah. It is early January right now.

This one is a thick heavy vining type tree with lots of thick green leaves and a yellow-ish 5 part seed pods with red seeds.
We will call this tree #1. (Edit: this one is Euonymus species- wintercreeper)
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This will be tree #2.
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Tree #3
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Tree #4
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Tree #5
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#1 is a Euonymus species - the seed is very distinctive.
 
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Phil Gardener wrote:#1 is a Euonymus species - the seed is very distinctive.



Thanks Phil, after further investigation it looks like it is the wintercreeper variety.  

Tree #3 might be an Apple. There are about 30 other apple trees on this property and this looks a little different then any of them.
 
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Does anyone think Tree #4 could be a Mulberry?
 
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#4 is a mulberry, the trunk bark and dried fruits are the giveaway.

#3 looks like a member of the prunus family perhaps a plum or pear
 
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