Plant ID forum→What are these 2 types of trees/leaves?

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Australia, sydney
adz
May 31, 2020 7:06 PM CST
Hi guys. I'm trying to identify 2 types of trees. I am located in Australia.
The first 2 pics are one tree and the second 2 picks are the second tree.
Thanks in advance.

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Name: Kelly
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KellyFW
May 31, 2020 7:44 PM CST
Tree #1... I can't tell if the leaf/branch arrangement is alternate or opposite. In N. America I would say it is either a Pecan (alternate leaves) or an Ash species (opposite leaves) perhaps a Raywood Ash. Being in Aust. it may be something completely different.

#2 looks like a Locust tree (Robinia sp.) but again, being in Aust it may be an Acacia.

Rereading my reply I was no help at all Green Grin!
Name: James
North Louisiana (Zone 8b)
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deepsouth
May 31, 2020 8:07 PM CST

first 2 pics look like a pistachio ...

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