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A biennial or perennial that belongs to the carrot family. It is often found on shorelines, and must be handled carefully as all plant parts are poisonous. A large taproot firmly anchors this plant.
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Alternate, compound, highly dissected, and clasping the stem.
Umbellate and white (common to the carrot family).
Green, slightly ribbed, and hollow in cross-section. The plant can reach heights of 4 ft.
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