New growth on the Locust Tree thorns is softer than the older stiffer dry thorns. The leaves, when crushed smell similar orange leaves. These form dense thickets interlaced with much worse thorn plants, with a ground cover of poison ivy, sometimes itself growing into small trees. Horrible poisoned cursed places. I don’t know the name of the plants not pictured, but I call them Mordor Trees. Many of the wild vines and plants that are indigenous to the swamps and woods have thorns and stickers or poisons, but, here and there are cursed places, seemingly horribly over protected. However, if you look closely, there are always small animal trails underneath and through. During the Cival War and the Indian Wars, these places were utilized by homesteaders and natives as temporary hide-outs. Sometimes with a pre-prepared cave-like clearing in the middle. Fallen branches make hard soled foot-wear preferable.