Definition of Gaylussacia baccata
1. Noun. Low shrub of the eastern United States bearing shiny black edible fruit; best known of the huckleberries.
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Literary usage of Gaylussacia baccata
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1. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1917)
"Lonicera sempervirens Woods Rhus radicans Woods and swamps SHRUBS Viburnum acerifolium Rich woods Vaccinium vacillans Dry woods Gaylussacia baccata Dry ..."
2. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1921)
"... dry woods south of the New Jersey Pine-barrens. Gaylussacia baccata (Wang.) Koch. Habitat.—Dry and moist upland peat and occasionally wet sphagnum peat. ..."
3. Rhodora by New England Botanical Club (1907)
"... the lateral leaflets entire or slightly toothed, but not cleft. Known only from western New York to Illinois. Gaylussacia baccata (Wang. ..."
4. Ornamental Shrubs of the United States (hardy, Cultivated) by Austin Craig Apgar (1910)
"BLACK HUCKLEBERRY (403) — Gaylussacia baccata (G. resin 6sa). C. Bracts leafy and longer than the flower-stems ; fruit watery and insipid. ..."
5. Nantucket Wild Flowers by Alice Owen Albertson (1921)
"The High-bush Huckleberry (Gaylussacia baccata) is a member of the thicket growth about a damp "kettle hole." These Low-bush Huckleberries are inconspicuous ..."
6. The Vascular Flora of Pennsylvania: Annotated Checklist and Atlas by Ann Fowler Rhoads, William M. Klein (1993)
"»Gaylussacia baccata (Wang.) K.Koch Black huckleberry Deciduous shrub Dry to moist, acidic woods and bogs. Gaylussacia resinosa (Ait.) Torr. ..."