Deciduous trees change colors in the fall, and lose their leaves by winter. All trees are either deciduous or coniferous, and coniferous trees have needles instead of leaves.
The larch is a conifer which is also deciduous, losing its needles; the needles also change color.
It is incorrect to say that all trees are either deciduous or coniferous; deciduous means “falling off” (as in losing leaves) and coniferous means cone-bearing. The two terms are not mutually exclusive.
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