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Poison Ivy along the Theatre Walk? or something benign?

2014-06-30 - Theatre Walk, Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo CM Staff. Responding to a something-has-to-be-done summons I was shown this vine at a stairs across from Moore's Pool Room on the Theatre Walk, which the complainant saying it's poison ivy. It has five leaves and looks like Virginia Creeper whose berries contain oxalic acid and shouldn't be eaten; and the most common poison ivy is three-leafed. We're wondering if someone can positively identify this plant and say whether it is can cause skin irritations in any way similar to poison ivy. If so, something might need to be done. - EW. See related Theatre Walk photo: An easy beautification opportunity in need of volunteers
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