Leather-wood, also known as Moose-wood and Wicopy, (Sirca palustris) is a bush of the United States, of the natural order Thymelaceae, with small yellow flowers, flexible jointed branches, and a tough, leathery, fibrous bark, which is traditionally used by the Indians for thongs. The twigs are used for baskets, etc.
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