Poison oak and poison ivy : Rhus diversiloba T. & G. and Rhus radicans L. Public Deposited

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  • Poison oak is common in western Oregon and Washington. Its near relative, poison ivy, is found in eastern Oregon and Washington, throughout Idaho, and eastward. Both plants are native to the Pacific Northwest.
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