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raspberry, bramble (Rubus idaeus and other spp.; ROSE FAMILY [Rosaceae]) Three species of more-or-less upright 2-6' tall native shrubs with a perennial base, and moderately prickled arched canes that survive two years.  Will not root at the tip.  Young stems range from softly bristled to prickly.  Flowers about " wide, with 5 white petals, the petals no longer than the sepals.  Fruit typically red or black.  Leaves compound, mostly with 3 leaflets.  Found on roadsides, in thickets, and open woods.  [075]

 

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