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Are You A Dendrologist?

Do you have the skills of a dendrologist? Dendrologists study wooded plant life. Having the ability to match a leaf to the tree it grows upon is just one skill ever dendrologist must have. Do you have what it takes to be a dendrologist? Let's begin!
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What type of tree is this based on the leaf?
Common beech
Maple
Oak

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Which of these trees has five-lobed leaves like the picture here?
Field maple
Magnolia
Dogwood

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This tree is a popular Christmas decoration. What is it?
Madrone
Holly
Pine

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Which tall tree has leaves like this?
Poplar
Ash
Cherry

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Which tree do you think this is?
Basswood
Cottonwood
Aspen

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This hard tree has a smooth bark and oval leaves. What is it called?
Rowan
Redwood
Pitch pine

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This tree has white bark and large leaves. What's it called?
Russian Olive
Cyrprus
Silver Birch

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This tree is often associated with sadness. What's it called?
Elm
Maple
Ash

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This tree is said to have been invented during the Roman times. What name does it go by?
Locust
Willow
Sweet Chestnut

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This tree is quite common in the United States. What's it called?
Oak
Poplar
Sycamore

C+, Not A Dendrologist

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Uh-oh, based on the results of this quiz, you're not a dendrologist! Though you may have matched a few of these leaves to their respective trees, you're not quite skilled enough just yet. Fear not, in taking this quiz, you laid a good foundation to keep building upon! dldldl;lkg;jl

B+, Almost A Dendrologist

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Whoa, you're almost a dendrologist! Okay, so you didn't get perfect marks or correctly identify all of these leaves, but you still knew far more than the average American. It's clear that you know your tree types and plants quite well. To say we're only kind of impressed would be a total understatement. You're awesome!

A+, A Pro Dendrologist

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You've spent much of your life hanging out amongst the trees. Identifying leaves and plant life is a breeze for a true dendrologist like yourself. From common Oak trees and Maples to those few and far between, you know your trees and plants like few can!
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1
What type of tree is this based on the leaf?
Common beech
Maple
Oak
2
Which of these trees has five-lobed leaves like the picture here?
Field maple
Magnolia
Dogwood
3
This tree is a popular Christmas decoration. What is it?
Madrone
Holly
Pine
4
Which tall tree has leaves like this?
Poplar
Ash
Cherry
5
Which tree do you think this is?
Basswood
Cottonwood
Aspen
6
This hard tree has a smooth bark and oval leaves. What is it called?
Rowan
Redwood
Pitch pine
7
This tree has white bark and large leaves. What's it called?
Russian Olive
Cyrprus
Silver Birch
8
This tree is often associated with sadness. What's it called?
Elm
Maple
Ash
9
This tree is said to have been invented during the Roman times. What name does it go by?
Locust
Willow
Sweet Chestnut
10
This tree is quite common in the United States. What's it called?
Oak
Poplar
Sycamore

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