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Plant Id help

Hello all, I live in Arizona and was wondering if I could get some help.
Plant 1: I found these as small saplings only
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Plant 2:
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plant 3:
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plant 4:
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Plant 5: Arizona Oak? that is a small acorn if its too blurry.
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No way I was going to attempt ID'ing anything growing in Arizona without looking them up.

I found this :arrow: https://www.rickbrusca.com/http___www.ri ... 20Oaks.pdf

-- Looks like Plant 1 must be Gambel Oak ...looking for the others...
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I think Plant 3 is Elder Maple.
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1 is definitely an oak of some kind
2 looks to be a beech
3, agreed, boxelder, acer negundo
4 might be a sumac, but i'd want to see twigs to be sure
5 is clearly an oak, too, but would need more details - all the 'simple'-leaved oaks can be tricky when blurry.

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1. Oak - I don't know varietie
2. Carpinus betulus
3. Acer negundo
4. looks like Alianthus but possible not true
5. looks like Myrtus communis

First latin names should be right, maybe you have some native species for that area...
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Mr bobo--- generally you are very expert on plant ID's. I always hope for you to show up and solve these puzzles for us . But in this case , I think OP is right -- Arizona oak.

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Common myrtle which has purple fleshy berries and more pointed leaves isn't very close .

But I think you nailed the rest ! :)
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Cool thanks guys.

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Blurry put those are little berry looking green things.
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