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yes, that is poison ivy, although it is difficult to see the distinctive compound leaf from your photo, you can tell by the distinctive twigs, especially the pronounced bud-scars (where the leaves attach)

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and berries:

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ThisThe picture in tho OP may have been confusing to some because there is also another plant with a compound leaf on the right, perhaps (winged, smooth, or staghorn but not poison) sumac:

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yes, that is poison ivy, although it is difficult to see the distinctive compound leaf from your photo, you can tell by the distinctive twigs, especially the pronounced bud-scars (where the leaves attach)

enter image description here

and berries:

enter image description here

This picture may have been confusing to some because there is also another plant with a compound leaf on the right, perhaps (winged, smooth, or staghorn but not poison) sumac:

enter image description here

yes, that is poison ivy, although it is difficult to see the distinctive compound leaf from your photo, you can tell by the distinctive twigs, especially the pronounced bud-scars (where the leaves attach)

enter image description here

and berries:

enter image description here

The picture in tho OP may have been confusing to some because there is also another plant with a compound leaf on the right, perhaps (winged, smooth, or staghorn but not poison) sumac:

enter image description here

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yes, that is poison ivy, although it is difficult to see the distinctive compound leaf from your photo, you can tell by the distinctive twigs, especially the pronounced bud-scars (where the leaves attach)

enter image description here

and berries:

enter image description here

This picture may have been confusing to some because there is also another plant with a compound leaf on the right, perhaps (winged, smooth, or staghorn but not poison) sumac:

enter image description here