If your specimen is a/​has:with leaflet margin (edge):with (seasonally) flower cluster:then you have:
woody stem, shrub;
–5 × the height of an 🚶︎ adult human;
stem and twigs=⫴ hairy
▲▲ toothed with large teeth, visible from 🚶︎🚶︎🚶︎ 3 steps back;
milky juice exuded from leaf injury
size of very-large ice cream cone, inverted above branch,
(flower) or deep-red (fruit)
lookalike staghorn sumac
 Rhus typhina.
bark=smooth, tan or light gray-green with optional shallow tan furrows, many lenticels
___ smooth, except base has 0–1–2–4 ∩ bumps;
crushed leaflets 👃︎ smell like 🥜︎ peanut butter or rotting cashews
large, above branch,
lookalike tree of heaven
 Ailanthus altissima.
bark=deeply furrowed tan;
some months 🌰︎ nuts on or under tree, which do not separate into sections
▲▲ toothed with long teeth, visible from arm's length;
leaf=very large (>20 cm) (>8 in), leaflets=large (4–20 cm) (1½–8 in)
size of little-finger,
green catkin
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