Bleeding tree

apautz22

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Need some help identifying this tree. The sap is red. I am in Northwest Arkansas. The only other tree I could fine online that has red sap was the African bloodwood, but it isn't native to North America. Any help is appreciative.
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apautz22

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Had a breakthrough last night while I was trying to shut my brain off and I confirmed it today.
I have a floor drain in my cellar that doesn't connect to the sewer and I didn't know where it went so a couple months ago I poured a gallon of red dye down the drain and was looking for it to come out somewhere. I never found it until yesterday, in the form of a walnut tree that was bleeding blood. I was able to validate my theory today with a black light as the dye turns green with a black light.
Glad that is settled now and thank you all for your help.
Thanks
Aaron
 

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