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Author Topic: ID? Several of these in woods behind my house. Check out the leaf projections...  (Read 1739 times)

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No doubt about it. I try to pound a little more latin into my pea each year. Pretty sure I'll just end up with a split pea though :D. The reason I was asking about wahoo is we had a mason some years ago asking if I knew of a tree called a wahoo, the closest I could come up with from the description was winged elm, well obviously that ain't it, what is the other wahoo?

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Most winged elms have "alata" wings or corky projections on the stems and twigs.  The only wahoo that I'm familiar with is a pelagic denizen of the deep.
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Pelagic denizen.

I ain't the only sesquipedalian :D
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Are you required to register with the local law enforcement because of that?  :D
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WDH, thanks for the confirmation and vocabulary lesson!  

Would have replied sooner, but was laughing too hard at this, and got distracted relaying it to my wife.  ;D
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Danny, I told my mother what you implied that I was and she said that as long as you did not call me a loquacious sesquipedalian that it was okay.  
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No, you are not overtly loquacious. 
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