Family:
Rubiaceae
Toxins:
physical injury
Flower Color:
  • flower color
  • flower color
Found:
woodlands, fields

Geographical Distribution

Mountain pomegranate distribution - United States

Related Species

Mountain Pomegranate

Catunaregam spinosa

Sping Randia
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Mountain pomegranate (Catunaregam spinosa, also referred to as Randia spinosa) is a deciduous shrub or small tree which is a member of the Rubiaceae family. It is native to Africa and Asia. The tree contains sharp, woody spines along it's branches. It develops white to yellow, slightly scented flowers in 1-3 flowered clusters and broadly ellipsoid fruits.

The sharp spines along the branches are capable of causes physical injury to horses, and should not be in pastures or along fence lines.

Symptoms

  • Injuries
  • Lacerations

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