Identifies characteristic plants and animals in diverse ecological communities in New England, exploring the interrelationships among flora, fauna, and geologyThough there are probably very few people totally immune to poison ivy, the degree of sensitivity varies from person to person. Most people seem to have an allergic threshold, remaining insensitive to the poison until this threshold is passed. ... enough that it can be avoided altogether, and even where it grows, of course, merely walking through patches of the plant does not necessarily mean infection.
|Title||:||A Sierra Club Naturalist's Guide to Southern New England|
|Publisher||:||Random House (NY) - 1978|