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n. - Deciduous shrub of California with unpleasantly scented usually trifoliate leaves and edible fruit.

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  • Other common low shrubs include serviceberry and skunkbush sumac.
  • Patches of mountain mahogany and skunkbush sumac grow on bluffs and hilltops.
  • The shrub and midgrass prairie vegetation includes juniper, sand sagebrush, skunkbush sumac, and yucca, along with sideoats grama and little bluestem.
  • Along the escarpments, redberry junipers grow on the rimrock and cliff faces, along with skunkbush sumac, ephedra, mountain mahogany, plum, grape, and clematis. for more
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