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Maple-leaf viburnum

Viburnum acerifolium

Description:

Small understory shrub with opposite, palmate leaves. Looks superficially like a maple sapling, but the fruits are dark blue berries.

Habitat:

Understory of maple-oak forest.


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2 Comments

KristalWatrous
KristalWatrous 8 years ago

This photo was taken the day before the snowstorm. But yes, most of the snow is gone. There's a little hanging on in shady spots, but not much.

alicelongmartin
alicelongmartin 8 years ago

Pretty! Is your snow gone?

KristalWatrous
Spotted by
KristalWatrous

College township, Pennsylvania, USA

Lat: 40.83, Long: -77.78

Spotted on Oct 28, 2011
Submitted on Oct 31, 2011

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