Staghorn Sumac

Scientific name : Rhus typhina
Other names: Česky: škumpa orobincová , Dansk: Hjortetaktræ , Deutsch: Essigbaum , Español: Vinagre de Árboles , Suomi: Samettisumakki , Français: Sumac de Virginie , Italiano: Aceto albero , Nederlands: Fluweelboom , Polski: Sumak octowiec , Português: Árvore de Vinagre , Slovensky: Sumach pálkový , Svenska: Rönnsumak

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Deciduous, usually 3 - 5 m high, hardly branched shrub or small tree with thick branches and numerous offshoots; Twigs and young shoots are densely velvety haired (different to the otherwise very similar Smooth Sumac, Rhus glabra); Leaves alternate, long ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Staghorn Sumac


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