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Dangleberry occurs in the eastern United States. The range of the
typical variety extends from New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire
south along the Atlantic Coastal Plain to South Carolina [15]. Although
dangleberry occurs primarily east of the Appalachian Mountains, it has
been reported in Ohio, Tennessee, and West Virginia [3,13]. Gaylussacia
frondosa var. tomentosa occurs from South Carolina to central Florida
and west to Alabama [14,26]. The range of G. f. var. nana extends from
southern Georgia south to central Florida, and west to Mississippi and
possibly Louisiana [15].


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