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Northeastern United States. Two-inch thoms can be dangerous but valued as a barrier or hedge. Broad, sharply serrated 3-inch leaves. Height 20 to 30 feet. One-inch red fruit ripens in fall. Often badly infected with hawthorn rust.
GIS coordinate: N40 21.170 W94 52.936
Trail Number: T31
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