Variety of Sumac?

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Date Photo Taken: 07/23/2012
Location: Evans, GA
Posted By: csnyder2031

Notes:

There are several of these growing behind my house. I know that poison sumac is very rare, and from my initial research it resembles staghorn sumac instead. They are very quick growing (already about 3-4 feet tall), but there is no noticable berry stalks on it. The area is in partial to full shade, and it slopes down to a creek about 30 feet away. There are no planted trees resembling this in either my yard or the neighboring yard. The stems have a slight red tint to them.

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