Questions like this are redundant. I know. But don't leave just yet..... So I'm starting work on my water dragon enclosure soon and now I'm in overdrive trying to find things for it. And I need branches. Whenever I read about people using branches from outside it seems that just any old branch is used as long as it isn't pine/cedar/etc. I could definitely be wrong about that but that's just how it seems. But I have given myself a headache thinking about what branches I'm going to use. My house is pretty much surrounded by just pine trees so I'm thinking of friends' yards and whatnot... Does it really matter what kind of tree it's from as long as its not the aforementioned ones? I have 3 trees in my front yard that I'm not sure what they are, but they are flowering in the springtime... I'm thinking they're some kind of cherry tree. Could I use that? Is it a huge deal? I was thinking oak and then read that that's no good... A lot of articles I've read basically say that most trees that would commonly be around me are no good. Is maple okay for a water dragon? Maybe I can find a maple around me... So stressful!