Rhus trilobata

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Noun1.Rhus trilobata - deciduous shrub of California with unpleasantly scented usually trifoliate leaves and edible fruitRhus trilobata - deciduous shrub of California with unpleasantly scented usually trifoliate leaves and edible fruit
shumac, sumach, sumac - a shrub or tree of the genus Rhus (usually limited to the non-poisonous members of the genus)
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Karen said that the two hours included taking time to read the self-guiding interpretive pamphlet, with its news about different kinds of oak trees (Gray, Emory, Chisos), the Mexican drooping juniper, the skunkbush sumac, which is related to poison ivy but not poisonous itself.
she loops back to a moonrise over White Sands, to a skunkbush sumac in a transverse dune.