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Japanese Barberry

Description:

A Japanese Barberry that was spreading out and taking over a part of a forest. It had small tear-shaped berries which were hanging under the leaves of the plant. It was partly sunny, partly shady in the area.

Habitat:

A wooded area near a school.



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Islesboro Central School
Spotted by a student at Islesboro Central School

Lat: 90.00, Long: 160.84

Spotted on Sep 17, 2012
Submitted on Sep 24, 2012

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