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Shrubs mostly with small leaves. Twigs riot covered with fine "warts/'

y DWARF HUCKLEBERRY, Gaylussacia dumosa p. 280

Sandy sods and bogs, mostly near coast; Newfoundland, New Brunswick» e. Pennsylvania, and Tennessee to Florida and Mississippi, y TALL HUCKLEBERRY, C. frondosa (not illus.) p. 280 y BLACK HUCKLEBERRY, Gaylussacia baccata p. 280

Woods and swamps; Newfoundland and Saskatchewan to Georgia and Louisiana, y TALL DEERBERRY, Vaccinium staminewn p, 280

Woods and openings; Massachusetts, s. Ontario, Indiana,

Missouri, and Kansas to Florida and Louisiana.

y LOW DEERBERRY, V caesium (not illus.) p. 281

y TUNDRA BILBERRY, Vaccinium uliginosum p. 281

Tundras, bogs, and stony ground; Arctic to Newfoundland, n. New England, n, New York, n. Michigan, and n. Minnesota, y OVALLEAF BILBERRY, V. ovalifolium (not illus.) p. 281 y SQUARE-TWIG BILBERRY p. 281

Vaccinium memhranaceum Thickets; wt Ontario and n. Michigan; sw, S. Dakota; also s. British Columbia to California, y NEWFOUNDLAND BILBERRY p. 282

V. nubigenum (not illus.)

¥ DWARF BILBERRY, Vaccinium cespitosum p. 282

Poor soils; Newfoundland, Labrador, and Alaska to n, New England, n, New York, n. Michigan, n. Minnesota, Colorado, and California.

» SOUTHERN MOUNTAIN CRANBERRY p. 282

V, erythrocarpum (not illus.) y BOX HUCKLEBERRY, Gaylussacia brachycera p. 282

Dry woods; local, Delaware, and W. Virginia to Tennessee. FARKLEBERRY, Vaccinium arboreum p. 282

Dry Coastal Plain woods; se. Virginia to Florida, west to centr* Texas, and north in Mississippi Valley to s, Indiana, s. Illinois, Missouri, and se, Kansas.

BLACK TALI FARKLEBERRY DWARF

HUCKLEBERRY DEERBERRY BILBERRY

BLACK TALI FARKLEBERRY DWARF

HUCKLEBERRY DEERBERRY BILBERRY

Buds with 4-5 scales

Bilberry Plant Without Leaves

Buds with 4-5 scales

Bilberry Plant Without Leaves

Leaves not toothed with yellow resin-dots, somewhat thin, leathery; sharp-

blunt tip, shiny dull

Twigs hairy

Twigs hairy

Tall Evergreen Huckleberries
Buds with 2-3 scales

DWARF HUCKLEBERRY

BLACK HUCKLEBERRY

southern

Bilberry The Tundra

Leaves not toothed without resin-dots over to

1" long 1" long southern

Twigs northern

Bilberry Plant Without Leaves

hairless northern hairless

TALL DEERBERRY

TUNDRA BILBERRY

bases broad

4-lined

Leaves toothed thin without resin-dots bases broad

4-lined

-TWIG BILBERRY

Twigs bases wedge-

shaped smooth bases wedge-

shaped smooth

Rhodora Twig

DWARF BILBERRY

Leaves toothed or not without resin-dots, leathery, evergreen, 1" over 1

Bilberry Plant Without Leaves

Leaves toothed or not without resin-dots, leathery, evergreen, 1" over 1

BOX HUCKLEBERRY FARKLEBERRY

AZALEAS

Leaves and buds clustered near the twig tips, and often with several twigs originating from an old end-hud cluster Leaves with hairy edges (use lens); end buds often large; fruits long capsules.

t SMOOTH AZALEA, Rhododendron arborescens p. 283

Rich soils; Pennsylvania and Kentucky to (Georgia and Alabama.

V PINKSHELL AZALEA, R, vaseyi (not iiius.) p, 283

V RHODORA AZALEA, Rhododendron catuidense p. 284

Poor soils and acid hogs; Newfoundland and s.-centr. Quebec to n. New Jersey and ne. Pennsylvania.

V JAPANESE AZALEA, R. japonicum (not illus.) p. 284

V EARLY AZALEA, Rhododendron roseum p, 284

Rocky slopes and woods; sw. Maine and s\v. Quebec to the nits, of Virginia, Tennessee, and Missouri, t WOOLLY AZALEA, R. canescens (not illus.) p. 284

V FLAME AZALEA, Rhododendron calendutaceum p, 284

Wooded slopes; sw, Pennsylvania, st\ Ohio, and W. Virginia to Georgia and Alabama.

V CUMBERLAND AZALEA p. 285

R. cumberiandense (not illus,)

^ SWAMP AZALEA, Rhododendron viscosum p. 285

Wet thickets and woods; sw. Maine and ne. Ohio to S. Carolina and e. Tennessee,

V TOOTHED AZALEA, 11 serrulatum (not illus.) p. 285

V PINK AZALEA, Rhododendron nudiftorum p. 285

Woods; Massachusetts and New York to s. S. Carolina, Tennessee, and s. Ohio.

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rusty or white-woolly beneath

Leavei yellow-scaly beneath

LABRADOR TEA LEATHERLEAF

GREAT RHODODENDRON

RHODODENDRONS

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Low shrubs of acid bogs and Far North

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RHODODEN

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Leaves large, clustered at twig tips, edges edges rolled flat

Busby shrubs of rocky hills

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FETTERBUSH

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me-toothed, black-dotted, hairy beneath

Low shrubs of mountain slopes me-toothed, black-dotted, hairy beneath not toothed, whitened, slightly hairy beneath

Low shrubs of mountain slopes acid bogs not toothed, whitened, slightly hairy beneath acid bogs

Low Bilberry Labrador

BOG ROSEMARY

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Leaves fine-toothed

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Shrub

1-sided clusters clusters

End buds false

Side buds small large

Twigs hairless hairless or hairy near tips

SOURWOOD MALEBERRY

Red Raspberry Tree Bark Pills

Fruit

Fruit

Bark smooth

Bark smooth

Smooth Barked Tree And Saw Toothed Leaf

Bark gray-brown, in flokes always hairy

Bark red-brown, in strips

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Fruits 3-parted capsules, spikelike clusters

End buds true9 large leaves fine-toothed long- base pointed narrow usually hairy shrub

Bark red-brown, in strips

Fruits 3-parted capsules, spikelike clusters

End buds true9 large usually hairy

MOUNTAIN PEPPERBUSH

Bark gray-brown, in flokes always hairy

COAST PEPPERBUSH

Erect shrub shrub leaves fine-toothed long- base pointed narrow

Low shrub

Bark smooth

Twigs hairy or hairless

Bushy Tree Bush With Long Narrow Leaves

Low shrub

Bark smooth

Low shrub

Bark smooth

Leaves fine-toothed long short point point

Fruits 5-parted capsules in t-sided clusters

End buds false

Side buds small

Twigs hairy or hairless

Low shrub

Bark smooth

SWAMP SWEETBELLS

SWEETBELLS

MISCELLANEOUS PLANTS WITH 1 BUNDLE SCAR (1)

"Bundle scars'" are small marks within a leaf scar (see p. xxiv). These species have limited ranges (helow) and have leaves that are sometimes or always toothed. Fruits variable.

SWEETLEAF, Symplocos tinctoria p. 291

Swampy or sandy woods; mostly Coastal Plain, Delaware to w. V Carolina and n. Florida, west to e, Texas, and north in Mississippi Valley to se. Tennessee, s. Arkansas, and se. Oklahoma.

♦V SILVERBELL TREE, Halesia Carolina p. 291

Bottomlands and rich Minis; Virginia, n. W. Virginia, s. Ohio, s, Illinois, se. Missouri, and sc. Oklahoma to Florida and e, Texas.

¥ AMERICAN SNOWBELL, Styrax americana p. 291

Wet Coastal Plain woods; sc. Virginia to Florida, west to Texas, and north in Mississippi Valley to s. Ohio, s. Indiana, and s, Illinois, and se. Missouri.

BIGLEAF SNOWBELL, Styrax grandifblia p. 291

Coastal Plain bottomlands; s, Virginia to Florida, west to Louisiana, and north to Tennessee and Arkansas,

V SILKY-CAMELLIA, Stewartia malachodetidron p. 291

Fertile Coastal Plain woods; e. Virginia to w. Florida and w. Louisiana; north in Mississippi Valley to w. lennessee and e. Arkansas.

V MOUNTAIN-CAMELLIA, Stewartia ovata p. 292

Bottomlands iti mountain forests; Virginia and se. Kentucky to centr V Carolina, n. Georgia, and n. Alabama.

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