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Sumac is integral part of fall backdrop 

Colorado Springs Gazette - Oct 04 11:50 PM
TO OUR READERS: This is the final “Now Appearing” of the season.

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Poisonous Brown Widow spiders now found on Miss. coast 
The Houma Courier - Oct 03 1:28 PM
As if the West Nile-toting mosquito isn't enough to worry Mississippians, add the poisonous Latrodectus geometricus to the state's list of creepy-crawly creatures.

Pick your poison 
Colorado Springs Gazette - Oct 08 1:17 AM
Anna Marie Hahn spent only a few days in town, but she left behind a dead body and quite an impression. If it hadnt been for a ham-handed theft at a downtown Colorado Springs hotel, one of the most prolific female serial killers in history might have gotten away clean.

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Discovered off Indonesia: A shark that walks on fins 
International Herald Tribune - Oct 05 8:26 AM
Scientists said they had discovered dozens of new species, including a shark that walks on its fins and a shrimp that looks like a praying mantis.

BellaOnline - 19 minutes ago
James Woods is directed by Spike Lee is Shark. A drama about a lawyer who want sto work at the LA high profile crime unit. This is the first TV drama for Woods. He was cut throat before he became a prosecutor and he is cut throat now. The high jinx begin on CBS.

Snakes in a bad movie 
Rapid City Journal - Oct 08 10:38 PM
Terry Phillip, who takes care of the venomous snakes at Reptile Gardens, doesn’t like how Hollywood portrays snakes. “Movies make them out to be horrible, horrible animals, and it escalates the fear the general public has of snakes,” he said.

Beaux Arts figures in Spider-Man 3 
Comics2Film - Oct 08 7:45 AM
For the past 25 years, Andrew Benepe has been designing and fabricating puppets, props, costume elements and special effects for films, television and stage. He is currently sculpting Beaux Arts figures for the upcoming film Spider-Man 3.

Taking up the red squirrel fight 
Yorkshire Post Today - 51 minutes ago
Kilnsey Park, near Grassington, highlighted the plight of the endangered red squirrel at the weekend. (09/10/2006 09:44:43)

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Bill Moyers Q&A on religion, environment 
MSNBC - Oct 09 9:04 AM
Just after the 2004 election, in his 70th year, legendary journalist Bill Moyers retired from full-time television, giving up the reins of his beloved PBS show Now . But Moyers has not left behind his vocation or his network.

ran-Weather-Te mperature Temperature in major Iranian cities 
Islamic Republic News Agency - 2 hours, 30 minutes ago
The Meteorological Organization of Iran (MOI) announced here Sunday that Iranshahr in Sistan-Baluchestan province with a maximum temperature of 38 degrees Celsius and Shahr-e-Kord in Charmahal-Bakhtiari province with a minimum temperature of one degrees Celsius, were Iran's warmest and coldest major cities respectively in the past 24 hours.

Former Staffordian works with turtles 
The Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star - Oct 08 10:26 PM
Stafford woman spends two months along Florida beach studying sea turtles as part of conservation internship

Appraisal delay puts Twins new ballpark off schedule 
BizJournals - Oct 08 9:48 PM
The Minnesota Twins stadium project is running slightly behind schedule, due to delays with land acquisition.

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Critters Yellow jacket numbers at peak 
The Biloxi Sun Herald - Oct 06 1:13 AM
Now is the time of the year when yellow jacket numbers are at their largest. Couple that with our taking advantage of the cool, clear weather to work and play outdoors, and that makes their presence more than noticeable.

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Those lips! Those eyes! 
Louisville Courier-Journal - 1 hour, 35 minutes ago
You love your lip balm but still want some color on your lips. Leslie Blodgett, CEO of Bare Escentuals, producer of mineral-based cosmetics, offers this tip ...

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Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Sapindales
Family: Anacardiaceae
Genus: Toxicodendron
Species: T. vernix
Binomial name
Toxicodendron vernix

Poison Sumac (Toxicodendron vernix or poisin sumac Rhus vernix) is a woody shrub growing to 3 m tall. poison sumac All parts of the plant contain a toxic resin called urushiol that causes skin and mucous poison sumac rash membrane irritation poison sumac pictures to humans. When burned, inhalation of the smoke causes diarrhea and other internal irritations. The leaves are pinnate, identify poison sumac 25-50 cm long, with 7 - poison sumac tree 13 leaflets; the leaflets are 4-10 cm long and sometimes mistaken for individual leaves. picture of poison sumac rash The veins from which the leaflets grow are always red. The fruit is a small white or grey berry, produced in panicles 10-20 cm long; sumac poison this distinguishes it from other sumacs which have red berries.

Poison Sumac

Poison sumac grows exclusively in picture of poison sumac very wet or flooded soils, usually in swamps and pictures of poison sumac peat bogs, in the eastern United States and Canada.

In the poison sumac pic U.S., it can grow as far west as Wisconsin, where it is found symptoms of poison sumac only in the southern part of the state. In the U.S., it is listed under cure poison sumac the Federal Noxious Weed Act of 1974, as amended (7 U.S.C. 2801 et seq.), as a "noxious poison sumac photo weed". Most U.S. states list this plant in similar categories. It is considered one of the "U.S. Invasive poison sumac picture Weeds" [1].

Avoidance, treatment, sumac poison pics and safety

For specific information on prevention and treatment of Toxicodendron rashes, see Urushiol-induced contact dermatitis.

References and external links

  • Entry for "TOVE" on PLANTS Database, USDA.
  • Wisconsin page for poison sumac.
  • Poison ivy / poison sumac pics oak / poison sumac plant sumac in "The Medicinal Herb FAQ".
  • The Poison Sumac Page Photos and facts about poison sumac.
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Sumac is integral part of fall backdrop 

Colorado Springs Gazette - Oct 04 11:50 PM
TO OUR READERS: This is the final “Now Appearing” of the season.

Good to the last drop 
Boston Globe - Oct 05 6:41 AM
The spectacle of fall foliage invites us to take a second look at common wild plants that seem to be changing their personalities this month. For instance, humble staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina) is often considered a weed, but it is actually a native tree that grows in clumps up to 30 feet tall. In fall it sprouts velvety red twigs ...

Poison plants a woe for hunters through fall 
The Daily Comet - Oct 02 3:37 PM
Dr. John Brantley knows it's coming. So does Dr. Greg Ferrara. It is a rash of rashes. "There are a lot of hunters building tree stands and getting their food plots ready and we're going to see a cases of poison ivy," Brantley said.

Orange County's rocky look-alike 
Los Angeles Times - Oct 05 3:21 AM
Hike to the Sinks with Nature Conservancy guides and discover a mini Grand Canyon that's far from the hordes.