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Here is the bark

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I am just curious and really want to find out

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    I have confirmed that this is not a jacaranda – Claude Jan 2 '19 at 9:46
  • Claude, welcome! Please check the identification tag info: You can greatly improve your question if you edit your post with a few details, e.g. where in the world this tree is growing. It’s also a good idea to take the tour and browse through our help center, especially How to Ask to learn more about how the site works. – Stephie Jan 2 '19 at 12:54
  • Height and spread estimates would be useful as well as where in the world this tree is, and if you've ever seen it in flower and what they're like, whether there's any thorns and so on... – Bamboo Jan 3 '19 at 0:11
  • @Claude: You need to give us more information, and photos are not so good. Could you make a photo of a single branch (or a single leaves)? Where do you leave? (region/continent is enough). I would bet now for Albizia julibrissin, cultivated in Europe – Giacomo Catenazzi Jan 3 '19 at 13:03

Indian redwood aka sappan wood. The tree smartly caught your eye because it's a pretty rare find. sketch drawing

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