Shrub/tree ID in open are in Timber

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    primarily in areas where the canopy was reduced and light is hitting the floor. Seems like it’s more of a bush but some look taller like a tree. Located in NW Ohio
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    Other pics, showing it’s spread upload_2020-5-8_14-21-8.jpeg
     
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    Reminds me of a viburnum on my place that I could never identify. The cross a lot, so you may never get an Id. I’d say rusty blackhaw x something else.


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    I’ve gotten some other feedback from folks thinking it’s Blackhaw viburnum - so I think you’re right on
     
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