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Default Can anyone help me to ID these avocado trees

Hello friends who know about avocados,

I have two different unidentified avocado trees now in flowering. This is the
first time to flower and I don't know about the shape of the fruits etc yet.

So can anyone help me to ID the species of these avocado trees, taking
the shape of the leaves, the veins, the colors etc into consideration?

Stan

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