poisonous plant

a plant that when touched or ingested in sufficient quantity can be harmful or fatal to an organism
Hypernyms: ↑plant, ↑flora, ↑plant life
aconite, ↑baneberry, ↑cohosh, ↑herb Christopher, ↑hellebore, ↑dogbane, ↑oleander, ↑rose bay, ↑Nerium oleander, ↑gloriosa, ↑glory lily, ↑climbing lily, ↑creeping lily, ↑Gloriosa superba, ↑snowberry, ↑common snowberry, ↑waxberry, ↑Symphoricarpos alba, ↑American holly, ↑Christmas holly, ↑poison ash, ↑poison dogwood, ↑poison sumac, ↑Toxicodendron vernix, ↑Rhus vernix, ↑poison ivy, ↑markweed, ↑poison mercury, ↑poison oak, ↑Toxicodendron radicans, ↑Rhus radicans, ↑western poison oak, ↑Toxicodendron diversilobum, ↑Rhus diversiloba, ↑eastern poison oak, ↑Toxicodendron quercifolium, ↑Rhus quercifolia, ↑Rhus toxicodenedron, ↑varnish tree, ↑lacquer tree, ↑Chinese lacquer tree, ↑Japanese lacquer tree, ↑Japanese varnish tree, ↑Japanese sumac, ↑Toxicodendron vernicifluum, ↑Rhus verniciflua, ↑lantana, ↑fool's parsley, ↑lesser hemlock, ↑Aethusa cynapium, ↑water hemlock, ↑Cicuta verosa, ↑spotted cowbane, ↑spotted hemlock, ↑spotted water hemlock, ↑hemlock, ↑poison hemlock, ↑poison parsley, ↑California fern, ↑Nebraska fern, ↑winter fern, ↑Conium maculatum, ↑water dropwort, ↑hemlock water dropwort, ↑Oenanthe crocata, ↑water fennel, ↑Oenanthe aquatica

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