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Comments: Zanthoxylum clava-herculis is considered "endemic" to the eastern coastal plain of the U.S. (Porter 1976). This species has been found growing under open and shaded conditions at low elevations. It tends to establish on sandy soils and in habitats such as dry to mesic dunes, pine barens, sandhills, and woodlands.


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