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As you have the trees on a pixel layer, I suggest that you use the Flood Select Tool and then drag it to select the yellow pixels. Make sure that "Contiguous" setting on the toolbar is turned off. The more you drag, the bigger the tolerance for selection of yellowish pixels (you can adjust the tolerance also by using the slider control on the context toolbar). Then just delete the selected pixels by cutting them. It there are darker yellow pixels left you can do another selection and use HSL adjustment to turn off the saturation and then decrease luminosity to turn the selected pixels dark gray. If you'd instead want to have the edge pixels partially transparent, you could cut them, paste them on a new layer, then adjust the transparency setting of the layer. This would allow you.to blend the trees smoothly on a background of any color. But because of the nature of the image, this is probably not needed (the edge pixels can be opaque).

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