Definition of Rhus ovata

1. Noun. Evergreen shrub of southeastern United States with spikes of reddish yellow flowers and glandular hairy fruits.

Exact synonyms: Sugar Sumac, Sugar-bush
Generic synonyms: Shumac, Sumac, Sumach

Rhus Ovata Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Rhus Ovata Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhus Ovata

Rhodymenia palmata
Rhone River
Rhone wine
Rhus aromatica
Rhus copallina
Rhus diversiloba
Rhus glabra
Rhus laurina
Rhus ovata (current term)
Rhus quercifolia
Rhus radicans
Rhus rhodanthema
Rhus toxicodendron antigen
Rhus toxicodenedron
Rhus trilobata
Rhus typhina
Rhus venenata antigen
Rhus verniciflua
Rhus vernix
Rhyacotriton olympicus

Literary usage of Rhus ovata

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium by United States National Herbarium, United States National Museum (1893)
"Rhus ovata Wats. Proc. Amer. Acad. xx. 358 (1885). Type locality, " on hills and mountains, away from the coast, from Sail Diego to Los Angeles County," etc ..."

2. Useful wild plants of the United States and Canada by Charles Francis Saunders (1920)
"... because the branches are extensively used by the Indian women in basketry; and on the Pacific coast, Rhus ovata, Wats., and R. integrifolia, B. & H., ..."

3. The Silva of California by Willis Linn Jepson (1910)
"Laurel Sumac (Rhus laurina), Sour Berry (Rhus integrifolia}, Sugar Bush (Rhus ovata) are southern shrubs sometimes arborescent and exhibiting trunks six ..."

4. A Phytogeographic and Taxonomic Study of the Southern California Trees and by Le Roy Abrams (1910)
"Rhus ovata S. Wats. Proc. Am. Acad. 20: 358. 1885. Type locality: "On hills and mountains, away from the coast, from San Diego to Los Angeles County, ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Rhus ovata

Search for Rhus ovata on!Search for Rhus ovata on!Search for Rhus ovata on Google!Search for Rhus ovata on Wikipedia!