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Rhus
Sumacs Poison-ives Poison oaks
?Toxicodendron
Rhus, Biota of North America Program (query database) [BONAP]
Toxicodendron (Anacardiaceae) ; [GNSP]
Rhus (Anacardiaceae) ; [GNSP]

Foodplants for Acleros mackenii?, Actias luna, Amplypterus panopus, Anthene definita, Belenois raffrayi, Celastrina ladon, Charaxes varanes varanes, Chrysoritis aethon, C. chrysaor, Citheronia regalis, Dichorda iridaria iridaria, Eagris sabadius, Phasis braueri, P. clavum, P. thero, Rhodogastria amasis, Selepa discigera, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis



[sp-1x.jpg] 800x620 (~58Kb) USA: Susan Creek and North Umpqua River, (4317'57N 12254'22W 0.5km), Douglas Co. OR, 4.8.2001, Photo Markku Savela
R. trilobata? R. diversiloba?
[sp-1y.jpg] 900x663 (~61Kb) USA: Susan Creek and North Umpqua River, (4317'57N 12254'22W 0.5km), Douglas Co. OR, 4.8.2001, Photo Markku Savela
R. trilobata? R. diversiloba?

The exact identification of these species is still unknown, but tentatively assumed to belong into this group.



Rhus glabra L.
Smooth Sumac
Rhus borealis Greene
Rhus calophylla Greene
Rhus glabra var. laciniata Carr.
Rhus glabra var. occidentalis Torr.
Rhus glabra ; [FPN, 287]

Rhus trilobata Nutt.
Lemonade Sumac Smooth Sumac Squawbush Skunkbush
Schmaltzia quinata Greene
Schmaltzia oxyacanthoides
Rhus oxyacanthoides
Schmaltzia pubescens
Rhus osterhoutii
Rhus trilobata ; [FPN, 287]
[trilobata-1U.jpg] identification uncertain 600x934 (~129Kb) USA: Colliding Rivers, Umpqua and Little River (4317'52N 12306'08W 0.5km), Douglas Co. OR, 4.8.2001, Photo Markku Savela

Foodplant for Citheronia splendens sinaloensis, Dichorda illustraria, D. rectaria rectaria, Dichordophora phoenix, Hemileuca neumoegeni, Nemoria intensaria, N. obliqua obliqua



Rhus radicans L.
Poison Ivy Poison Oak Eastern Poison-ivy
Rhus toxicodendron L.
Toxicodendendron radicans (L.); Kuntze
Rhus radicans var. rydbergi (Small ex Rydb.); Redh.
Toxicodendendron rydbergii (Small ex Rydb.); Greene
Rhus radicans ; [FPN, 287]
[radicans-1.jpg] 1000x695 (~135Kb) USA: Dry Falls / Sun Lakes State Park, Grant Co., WA, 8.7.2000, Photo Markku Savela [radicans-2.jpg] 1000x667 (~88Kb) USA: Mesa Verde National Park, SW Colorado, 14.8.2005, Photo Markku Savela

Foodplant for Paectes occulatrix



Rhus diversiloba Torr. & Gray
Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pacific Poison Oak
Toxicodendron diversilobum (Torr. & Gray); Gray
Toxicodendron lobadioides
Rhus diversiloba ; [FPN, 287]

Rhus typhina L.
from (Nova Scotia - Minnesota) - NA.Georgia, Missouri. See [About maps] Staghorn Sumac
Rhus typhina ; [IBT, 312]
[typhina-1U.jpg] identification uncertain 900x598 (~166Kb) USA: Near Lake Washington Ship Canal, Seattle, King Co., WA, 2.7.2000 (cultivated), Photo Markku Savela [typhina-1xU.jpg] identification uncertain 640x984 (~130Kb) USA: Near Lake Washington Ship Canal, Seattle, King Co., WA, 2.7.2000 (cultivated), Photo Markku Savela

Foodplant for Calycopis cecrops, Dichorda iridaria, D. iridaria iridaria



Rhus copallina L.
from (S.Ontario, Maine - Minnesota) - to (Florida - Texas). See [About maps] Dwarf Sumac Shining Sumac Mountain Sumac
Rhus copallina ; [IBT, 314]

Foodplant for Calycopis cecrops, Chloropteryx tepperaria, Dichorda iridaria, D. iridaria remotaria, Epidromia lienaris, Nemoria bifilata bifilata, N. rubrifrontaria

South Carolina - Florida - S.Mississippi Southern Sumac

Rhus vernix L.
Poison Sumac Swamp Sumac Poison Dogwood Poison Elder
Toxicodendron vernix (L.); Kuntze
Toxicodendron vernix ; Kuntze, [IBT, 316]

Rhus vernicifera DC.
Japan. See [About maps] Lacquer Tree

Rhus coriaria L.
Sumach

Foodplant for Ophiusa tirhaca



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References:
[About maps]
Warning! The maps are automatically generated from the textual information, and the process does not always produce acceptable result; See about maps for more info.
[BONAP]
A Synonymized Checklist of the Vascular Flora of the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands; A data base interface; BONAP U.S. Checklist - 1998; Provided by TAMU-BWG; Texas A & M Bioinformatics Working Group; Based on; Biota of North America Program
[FPN]
Hitchcock & Cronquist, 1998; Flora of the Pacific Northwest (11th ed.); ISBN 0-295-95273-3
[GNSP]
Wielgorskaya, 1995; Dictionary of generic names of seed plants
[IBT]
Grimm, 1983; The Illustrated Book of Trees


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