Is this an Elm?

shohinkenn

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Is this part of the elm family? This was given to me
with being identified as a Zelkova elm or an hornbeam. It is five"
tall with mature leaves about 1/2" long. It has a gray trunk and
is very tiggy. Any ideas? The pics were just taken. I live in Ft
Lauderdale area.

Thanks,
Shohinkenn :confused:
 

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mcpesq817

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It's probably better if you take a picture of a leaf so that people can help you identify the tree.
 

shohinkenn

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Thanks, I wasn't thinking. Here is a leaf pic. Thanks for
trying to identify this baby.

Shohinkenn
 

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