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Noun1.Gaylussacia - deciduous or evergreen shrubs of North America: black huckleberriesGaylussacia - deciduous or evergreen shrubs of North America: black huckleberries
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
huckleberry - any of several shrubs of the genus Gaylussacia bearing small berries resembling blueberries
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coccinea, Gaylussacia baccata, Kalmia latifolia, primarily on north facing slopes, and Vaccinium angustifolium, and Viola conspersa (Barringer and Clemants, 2003).
Regeneration of the shrub Gaylussacia baccata and associated species after low-intensity fire in an Atlantic coastal plain forest.
(2) Pinus strobus--Quercus alba (Carya alba) / Gaylussacia ursina Forest (hereafter "mixed conifer-hardwood") is typically located along the edge of the Cove and on slopes and low ridges within the interior woodlots.
Thoreau satirizes the irrationality of naming Black Huckleberry, "Gaylussacia resinosa, after the celebrated French chemist":
Shrubs were Aronia prunnifolia (chokeberry), Gaylussacia baccata (black huckleberry), Hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel), Malus coronaria (American crab), Prunus virginiana (choke cherry), Rosa carolina (pasture rose), Vacciniam angustifolium (early low blueberry), and V.
Even harder to find is the Black Huckleberry, Gaylussacia baccata, found on dry wooded hillsides in the Americas.
Other shrubs include Gaylussacia baccata and Nyssa sylvatica.
Heath restinga is dominated by ericaceous species, such as Leucothoe revoluta or Gaylussacia brasiliensis, and other plants similar in form to the heaths; there is also the melostomataceous Marcetia glazioviana, the eriocaulaceous Paopalanthus polyanthus, and several cacti (Cereus pitaya, Melocactus violaceus, etc.).
Ericaceous shrubs such as blueberry (Vaccinum spp.) and huckleberry (Gaylussacia spp.) were in flower in late May and early June and attracted a large number of bumble bees (L.