Toxicodendron diversiloba (Poison Oak)


Right: Western Poison Oak, Spring growth in Sierra foothills

 

 

Below: Several congeners of the active ingredient, urushiol
A dairy goat dining on poison oak
(Photo by Jack Kelly Clark, California Agriculture 46(3):cover)


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