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*Aralia elata (Miquel) Seemann. Japanese Angelica-tree. Phen: Late Jul-Aug; Aug-Sep. Hab: Suburban woodlands. Dist: Native of Japan. Naturalizing in ne. North America at least as far south as NJ, DE, se. PA, MD, DC, and n. VA. See Moore, Glenn, & Ma (2009) for detailed information on this alien species and its naturalization in the northeastern United States.

Origin/Endemic status: E. and se. Asia

Synonymy: = Il, K1, K3, K4, Mi, NE, NY, Pa, Moore, Glenn, & Ma (2009); = n/a – C, F, G, RAB, Tat

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