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Supported tree genus types

Preset layers are a simple way to author a well-performing map. There are different types of preset layers to display different types of features. The Realistic Trees and Thematic Trees preset layers are optimized for data in which the type of tree is defined for each feature by genus.

Supported tree genus names are listed, sorted by common name. Data with matching genus names is drawn with the corresponding tree model. Data with an unknown or undefined genus is drawn with the Generic Tree symbol, unless the data value corresponds, at least partially, to a Common Name listed below. This fallback method for symbolizing trees is only supported in ArcGIS Pro, and is not honored if the layer is published to the Web and consumed in the Scene Viewer.

Legacy:

Preset layers created before ArcGIS Pro 2.1 draw with updated tree models in newer versions of the software. The differences are minor and enable the trees to draw faster.

Common nameGenusSpeciesNative regionZone range

Alder Buckthorn

Frangula

Alnus

Australia, Europe

3–7

Amazon Sword Plant

Echinodorus

Bleheri

South America, North America

10–11

American Chestnut

Castanea

Dentata

North America, Europe, Asia

4–8

American Sycamore

Platanus

Occidentalis

North America

4–9

Apricot

Prunus

Armeniaca

North America, Europe, Asia

5–7

Australian Pine

Casuarina

Equisetifolia

Australia

9–11

Baldcypress

Taxodium

Distichum

North America

4–10

Balsam Fir

Abies

Balsamea

North America

3–5

Bamboo

Phyllostachys

Aurea

Asia

6–11

Banana Tree

Musa

Acuminata

Asia, South America

9–11

Basswood

Tilia

Americana

North America

3–9

Bay Laurel

Laurus

Nobilis

Europe, North America

8–10

Black Locust

Robinia

Pseudoacacia

North America, Europe

4–9

Blue Gum Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus

Globulus

Australia, Asia, North America

9–11

Boxwood

Buxus

Sempervirens

North America, Europe

5–8

Cabbage Palm Fern

Phlebodium

Aureum

North America, South America

9–11

California Bay

Umbellularia

Californica

North America

9–11

California Incense Cedar

Calocedrus

Decurrens

North America

5–8

California Palm

Washingtonia

Filifera

North America

9–11

California Redwood

Sequoia

Sempervirens

North America

7–10

California Walnut

Juglans

Regia

Europe, North America

5–9

Coconut Palm

Cocos

Nucifera

North America, Asia

10–11

Common Hawthorn

Crataegus

Monogyna

Europe, Asia, Africa

4–8

Common Whitebeam

Sorbus

Aria

Europe

6–8

Conker Tree

Aesculus

Hippocastanum

Europe

4–7

Date Palm

Phoenix

Dactylifera

Asia, North America, South America

8–11

Desert Willow

Chilopsis

Linearis

North America

7–11

Douglas Fir

Pseudotsuga

Menziesii

North America

3–6

European Beech

Fagus

Sylvatica

Europe

4–7

European Larch

Larix

Decidua

Europe, North America, Asia

3–6

Ficus

Ficus

Benjamina

Australia

10–11

Field Elm

Ulmus

Minor

Europe, North America

3–9

Flannelbush

Fremontodendron

Californicum

North America, Europe

9–11

Flowering Dogwood

Cornus

Florida

North America, Europe

5–9

Generic Dead Tree

Generic

Unknown

North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, South America, Australia

0–12

Generic Stump

Generic

Unknown

North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, South America, Australia

0–12

Generic Tree

Generic

Unknown

North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, South America, Australia

0–12

Giant Sequoia

Sequoiadendron

Giganteum

North America

6–8

Hedgehog Agave

Agave

Stricta

North America

10–11

Japanese Angelica Tree

Aralia

Elata

Asia

4–8

Lacy Tree Philodendron

Philodendron

Selloum

North America, Africa, Australia

8–11

Leyland Cypress

Cupressus

Leylandii

North America, Europe

6–10

Lily of the Valley

Convallaria

Majalis

North America, Asia, Europe

2–7

Lodgepole Pine

Pinus

Contorta

North America

1–7

Mediterranean Buckthorn

Rhamnus

Alaternus

Europe

8–9

Mexican Palmetto

Sabal

Mexicana

North America

8–11

Mountain Mahogany

Cercocarpus

Montanus

North America

4

Northern Red Oak

Quercus

Rubra

North America

3–8

Norway Maple

Acer

Platanoides

Europe, Asia

3–7

Norway Spruce

Picea

Abies

Europe

2–7

Orange Tree

Citrus

Sinensis

North America, Asia, Europe, Africa; South America, Australia

9-11

Orchid

Bulbophyllum

Phalaenopsis

Asia

11

Other

Unknown

Unknown

North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, South America, Australia

0–12

Oval-leaved Privet

Ligustrum

Ovalifolium

Europe

4–7

Palm Lily

Cordyline

Petiolaris

Australia

10–11

Palo Verde

Parkinsonia

Aculeata

North America, Africa

8–11

Paper Birch

Betula

Papyrifera

North America

2–7

Parlour Palm

Chamaedorea

Elegans

North America

10–11

Prickly Pear Cactus

Opuntia

Aciculata

North America

8–10

Red Alder

Alnus

Rubra

North America

7–8

Red Hickory

Carya

Ovalis

North America, Europe

4–8

Rhododendron Azaleas

Rhododendron

Tsutsuji

North America, Europe, Asia

3–7

Rose

Rosa

Grandiflora

North America, Europe

3–10

Ruffle Palm

Aiphanes

Horrida

South America, North America

10–11

Saguaro Cactus

Carnegiea

Saguaro

North America

8–11

Sassafras

Sassafras

Albidum

North America

4–8

Scots Pine

Pinus

Sylvestris

Europe, Asia, North America

3–7

Sea Islands Yucca

Yucca

Gloriosa

North America

6–11

Shadbush

Amelanchier

Canadensis

North America

4–7

Snake Plant

Sansevieria

Trifasciata

Asia, South America

9–11

Southern Magnolia

Magnolia

Grandiflora

North America

6–10

Spanish Broom

Spartium

Junceum

Europe, Asia, Africa

8–9

Strawberry Tree

Arbutus

Unedo

Asia

7–9

Sugar Maple

Acer

Saccharum

North America, Europe

3–8

Sunflower

Helianthus

Annuus

North America, South America, Europe

4–9

Sweetgum

Liquidambar

Styraciflua

North America

5–9

Umbrella Acacia

Acacia

Tortilis

Africa, Asia

9–11

Western Juniper

Juniperus

Occidentalis

North America

5–8

White Ash

Fraxinus

Americana

Europe, North America, Asia

3–9

White Oak

Quercus

Alba

North America

3–9

White Poplar

Populus

Tremuloides

North America

2–5

White Willow

Salix

Alba

North America, Europe, Asia

2–8

Witch Hazel

Hamamelis

Virginiana

North America

3–8

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