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Sheep-laurel is found in northeastern North America from Newfoundland
and Labrador west through Ontario, south through Michigan, and
occasionally as far south as Georgia. It is most common in the eastern
Great Lakes region, the St. Lawrence River region, northern New England,
and the Maritime Provinces. Sheep-laurel is occasional in the
Appalachian Mountains, on the Piedmont Plataeu, and on the United
States' upper Atlantic Coastal Plain [36,41].


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