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Poison ivy


Leaves of 3 serrated leaflets each. White berries in season.


Common in disturbed soil. Often found along tree lines.


Ubiquitous in northeastern Oklahoma. Sometimes mistaken for poison oak, which does not grow in this area. Possibly Rhus radicans?

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Ric 10 years ago

Well, I was finally able to figure out how to change the location. Now if I can figure out how to change the post date from TOMORROW to TODAY, I'll be set.

Ric 10 years ago

The location shown is not quite accurate. If you're using the Android app, you'd better post your sighting from location because you're sure not going to place it more than a few meters from your current location and if the web site allows you to move it, I haven't yet figured out how.

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Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Spotted on May 14, 2011
Submitted on May 15, 2011

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