What are some types of deciduous trees?


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Some examples of deciduous trees are the red maple, weeping willow, paper birch, black gum, European beech, Chinese elm and poplar hybrid trees. The red maple can be identified by its characteristic red leaves in the fall, while the weeping willow is known to be as wide as it is tall, lines many river banks, and has gray bark.

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Deciduous trees are fairly common. They can be found all around the world in both temperate and tropical climates. Deciduous trees characteristically lose their leaves for part of the year. They also have flat, wide leaves, and need lots of water to survive.

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