- Latin: Oplopanax horridus
- Tlingit: s'áxt'
- Other Names: devil's walking stick, Alaskan ginseng
Caution: Covered in stiff stinging thorn-like hairs along entire plant, even the leaves. Only painful when pricked. Berries are poisonous.
A stalky plant covered in spikes, growing up to 7ft tall, with large broad leaves.
Habitat & RangeDevils club is commonly found in the temperate coastal forest of Alaska.