You have now identified a tree with a pinnately compound leaf. Now lets figure out which of these leaves you’re looking at match up to the bipinnate leaf or a pinnate leaf identified below.
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1. Trees With Bipinnate Leaves
Does your tree have a leaf that at least some of the leaves are doubly compound (leaflets within a leaflet or bipinnate) and the leaflets have smooth margins? If yes, you most probably have a black locust or honey locust.