Poison ivy

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Poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans). Emmet County, Michigan. Poison ivy is a type of vine or shrub that is found in North America. This plant typically has white berries, green flowers, and compound leaves with three leaflets. Skin rashes are caused upon contact with poison ivy.

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