It's almost impossible to identify hops even in person and looking at leaves and cones. They sometimes have several different shapes and sizes on cones on the same plant, and the leaves can also vary.
A good way to sort of guess what kind they are is to find out the history of the area, and then smell the cones and see what sort of character they have.
In our area, there are wild cluster hops all over the place, as that was what was planted 50-80 years ago.
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