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Sighting: Rhus hirta at 42.320, -72.591

by Bio426student33 on October 23 2014

Location notes: Connecticut River Floodplain - terrestrial (upland, non-aquatic habitat) - Woody plants (tree, shrub, sub-shrub, and liana) - Staghorn Sumac

Comments: Plant is a shrub (a woody plant with several stems growing from the base) - Plant is a tree - Leaf blade is compound (made up of two or more discrete leaflets - One leaf per node along the stem - Edge of the leaf blade has teeth - Plant does not have spines, prickles, or thorns -