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Winged Sumac

Rhus copallinum


Order: Sapinales > Family: Anacardiaceae. Native to eastern North America, from southern Canada to Florida and east Texas. Blooms in mid to late Summer and is followed by cluisters of red berries that are popular with birds in Fall. Related to mangos and Poison Ivy.

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Ryan Fezz
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Ryan Fezz

Gainesville, Florida, USA

Spotted on Aug 11, 2013
Submitted on Aug 14, 2013

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