Poison-Oak





The poison-oak closely resembles the poison-ivy, and is sometimes called

by that name, but its leaves are differently shaped, being oval in

outline with a few coarse, blunt teeth. They are also thicker and

smaller than the ivy leaf. The poison-oak is plentiful in cool uplands

and in ravines, and is general throughout the Pacific coast from Lower

California and Arizona to British America.





Poison-Ivy Poison-Sumach, or Swamp-Sumach facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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