The staghorn is not to be confounded with its treacherous sister, the poison sumac, with her corpse-colored berries.
False hellebore was abundant, and on the very top stood a poison sumac—a typical bog plant.
The same remarks apply to the effects of the poison ivy and poison sumac.
poison sumac n.
A swamp shrub of the southeast United States, having compound leaves and greenish-white berries and causing an itching rash on contact with the skin.