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May 14 2001
Long Canyon Trail #122 - Sedona
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Nov 5 2006
Bassett Peak
Magnoliophyta - Flowering plant
FamilyAnacardiaceae - Sumac
Elevation3000 - 8000
Prime BloomGreen
BloomsApr - Sep
FoliageYes
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Toxicodendron radicans or Rhus toxicoden

Flowers: small yellow/green flowers and green/white berries.

Comments: Highly ALLERGIC. Look but don't touch "leaves of three - leave it be". New leaves can be light green, mature leaves are a dark glossy green and turn scarlet in the fall. Not really a "poison" but an allergic reaction to urushiol (oo-roo-she-all) oil found in the plant. Tecnu helps if applied early.

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