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wild grape

Description:

Grape vine with hardy, smallish leaves and bunches of small grapes.

Habitat:

On the rocky banks of the Illinois River, climbing up a ponderosa pine tree.

Notes:

These aren't super-frequent in that area. I heard a story that some Siletz Indian elder was told they'd get a stomach ache if they ate too many--I'd believe it as I usually regret pigging out on any grapes. Moderation is better.


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shebebusynow
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shebebusynow

Oregon, USA

Lat: 42.56, Long: -124.07

Spotted on Sep 10, 2006
Submitted on Feb 13, 2013

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