Eubotrys recurva is a plant species native to the eastern United States. Common names include deciduous mountain fetterbush and red-twig doghobble. The plant grows in moist forests, bogs, granitic domes, etc., at elevations up to 1500 m (5000 feet). It has been reported from Alabama, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia and New York State.
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