Wandering Jew is a dark green, succulent, creeping carpet (up to 0.5m thick) with oval, shining leaves (3-6cm) and very short stems. The stems are very brittle and break easily. It produces clusters of small, white, three petalled flowers from August to November. It is found in moist shady areas, such as under trees and shrubs; and in the undergrowth on river banks.
If your pet has come into contact with Wandering Jew, symptoms may include red, irritated skin. Areas such as paws, muzzle, ears, under carriage are most affected. This will often cause animals to itch, chew and scratch, causing further damage to the skin, with possible secondary skin infections.
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