(Quercus stellata)

Medium-sized tree with dense, rounded crown; alternate, shiny, dark green, leathery, very large, deciduous leaves; and brownish-gray, plate-like, scaly bark.

(Parthenocissus quinquefolia)

Virginia Creeper has a five-part, alternate, compound, deciduous leaf that may turn a pinkish red color in the fall; vine has gray-brown, thick, tendril covered bark.

(Toxicodendron radicans)

Poison Ivy has a three-part, alternate, compound, deciduous leaf that may turn brilliant red in fall; vine has dark gray bark covered with “hairy” roots.

(Carya glabra)

Tall tree with irregular crown, alternate, deciduous leaves with 5 to 7 leaflets and smooth gray bark on young trees turning to scaly ridges as the tree ages.

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