You must take only a hadas, etrog, arava, and lulav, as usual.
Pri eitz hadar and anaf eitz avos are not merely general descriptions that include multiple plants, of which we normally use esrogim and hadasim; they are very specific descriptions which only apply to the minim that we usually use. There is an entire chapter of Talmud (the 3rd chapter of tractate Sukkah) dedicated to figuring out which plants they refer to.
For example, regarding anaf eitz avos the gemara (Sukkah 32b) states:
תנו רבנן (ויקרא כג, מ) ענף עץ עבות שענפיו חופין את עצו ואי זה הוא הוי אומר זה הדס ואימא זיתא בעינן עבות וליכא
The Sages taught: It is written: “Boughs of a dense-leaved tree” (Leviticus 23:40); this is referring to a tree whose leaves obscure its tree. And which tree is that? You must say it is the myrtle tree. The Gemara suggests: And say it is the olive tree, whose leaves obscure the tree. The Gemara answers: We require a “dense-leaved” tree, whose leaves are in a chain-like configuration, and that is not the case with an olive tree.
ואימא דולבא בעינן ענפיו חופין את עצו וליכא
The Gemara suggests: And say it is the Oriental plane tree, whose leaves are in a braid-like configuration. The Gemara answers: We require a tree whose leaves obscure its tree, and that is not the case with an Oriental plane tree.
This is only the beginning of the Gemara's discussion. Similar discussions are found throughout this chapter of Gemara for the other minim. (For arava see 33b, for esrog see 35a. Lulav is scattered from 29b to 32a, but see 31b - 32a for the main discussion.)
Therefore, it's obvious that bringing any other plant is at best meaningless; at worst it may be a violation of baal tosif. Indeed, the Gemara states this explicitly on Sukkah 31a:
ארבעת מינין שבלולב כשם שאין פוחתין מהן כך אין מוסיפין עליהן לא מצא אתרוג לא יביא לא פריש ולא רמון ולא דבר אחר
With regard to the four species of the lulav, just as one may not diminish from their number, so too, one may not add to their number. If one did not find an etrog, he should not bring a quince, a pomegranate, or any other item instead.