Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick (Lab 5)

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  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Bark on a tree about 1 inch in diameter at breast height showing prickles and the base of a petiole of a very large leaf.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Bark on a tree about 1 inch in diameter at breast height showing prickles and the base of a petiole of a very large leaf.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Bark of a tree 2 inches in diameter in breast height showing numerous prickles.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Bark of a tree 2 inches in diameter in breast height showing numerous prickles.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Bark on a tree about 1 inch in diameter at breast height showing prickles and the base of a petiole of a very large leaf.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Bark on a tree about 1 inch in diameter at breast height showing prickles and the base of a petiole of a very large leaf.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Form, a shrub or medium sized tree that often grows in thickets of sprouts.  Each stem rarely if ever branches.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Form, a shrub or medium sized tree that often grows in thickets of sprouts. Each stem rarely if ever branches.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Fruit, drupes in clusters found at the tops of stems.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Fruit, drupes in clusters found at the tops of stems.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Fruit, drupes in clusters found at the tops of stems.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Fruit, drupes in clusters found at the tops of stems.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf, alternate, tripinnately compound, and large (up to 3 feet across).Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf, alternate, tripinnately compound, and large (up to 3 feet across).
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf, alternate, tripinnately compound, and large (up to 3 feet across and 5 feet long).Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf, alternate, tripinnately compound, and large (up to 3 feet across and 5 feet long).
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf, alternate, tripinnately compound, and large (up to 3 feet across and 5 feet long).Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf, alternate, tripinnately compound, and large (up to 3 feet across and 5 feet long).
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf, alternate, tripinnately compound, and large (up to 3 feet across and 5 feet long).Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf, alternate, tripinnately compound, and large (up to 3 feet across and 5 feet long).
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Twig, alternate leaf scars, heavily armed with prickles.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Twig, alternate leaf scars, heavily armed with prickles.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Twig, alternate leaf scar, heavily armed with prickles.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Twig, alternate leaf scar, heavily armed with prickles.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf racchis with oppositely emanating leaflets and prickles.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Leaf racchis with oppositely emanating leaflets and prickles.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Twig, stout, with opposite leaf scars, heavily armed with prickles.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Twig, stout, with opposite leaf scars, heavily armed with prickles.
  • Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Twig, stout, with opposite leaf scars, heavily armed with prickles.Araliaceae Aralia spinosa - devil's walkingstick: Twig, stout, with opposite leaf scars, heavily armed with prickles.
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