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13 kinds match

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Rubus allegheniensis  [popup]
Rubus enslenii  [popup]
Rubus flagellaris  [popup]
Rubus hispidus  [popup]
Rubus idaeus  [popup]
Rubus idaeus var. strigosus  [popup]
Rubus laciniatus  [popup]
Rubus occidentalis  [popup]
Rubus odoratus  [popup]
Rubus pensilvanicus  [popup]
Rubus phoenicolasius  [popup]
Rubus pubescens  [popup]
Rubus setosus  [popup]


REMAINING (number with state)
Armature on pedicels
 Glandular (1)
 Hooked prickles (1)
 None (1)
 Short hooked prickles, sometimes midvein (1)
 Stipitate glandular (1)
 Stipitate glandular, sometimes bristly (1)
 Straight or hooked prickles (1)
Armature on petioles
 Absent (2)
 Short hooked prickles (2)
 Hooked prickles (1)
 Slender, crowded, and setose bristles (1)
 Stout prickles (1)
Armature on sepals
 Absent (11)
 Present on back (1)
 Sometimes dense, purple, gland-tipped hair and bristles (1)
Armature on stem
 Present (11)
 Absent (2)
Armature on stem: bristles
 Absent (8)
 Present (4)
Armature on stem: curved prickles
 Absent (7)
 Present (2)
 Barely curved (1)
Armature on stem: hooked prickles
 Absent (8)
 Present (1)
Armature on stem: recurved/reflexed prickles
 Absent (4)
 Present (4)
 Barely recurved/reflexed (1)
Armature on stem: shape of prickle base
 Broad (4)
 Slender (4)
 Flattened (1)
Armature on stem: straight prickles
 Absent (5)
 Present (5)
Armature on stem: type of bristles
 Retrosely barbed and setulose (1)
 Slender and glandular (1)
 Slender, crowded, and setose (1)
Flower color
 White (9)
 Pink, sometimes white (1)
 Rose-purple, sometimes white (1)
 White or green (1)
 White, sometimes pink (1)
Flower diameter
 10-14 mm (1)
 12-18 mm (1)
 15 mm (1)
 2-3 cm (1)
 3-5 cm (1)
 4-8 mm (1)
 Over 1 cm (1)
 Under 1 cm (1)
Flower number
 1 to 3, sometimes more from axils (1)
 2 to 5, often 1 or 2 from upper axils (1)
 3 to 7, sometimes 1 or 2 from axils (1)
 Numerous (1)
 Single terminal flower (1)
Fruit color
 Red, rarely yellowish (2)
 Black (1)
 Dark purple or blackish, rarely pale/yellow with white tometum (1)
 Dark red (1)
 Red, nearly black when ripe (1)
Fruit description
 Depressed, dryish, drupelets usually fall separately from calyx (1)
 Depressed, hemispheric (1)
 Elongate, mediocre quality, small (1)
 Narrowly oblong or thimble shaped, less pulpy and flavorful (1)
 Small, few drupelets (1)
 Sour, few drupelets (1)
Fruit receptecle
 Fruit falls from fleshy receptecle (2)
 Fruit falls from dry receptecle (1)
Fruit size
 1 cm thick (3)
 1 to 1.5 cm thick (2)
 5 to 11 mm thick (1)
 6 to 8 mm thick (1)
 Under 1 cm thick (1)
Fruit: tomentum on drupelets
 Absent (1)
 Present, white (1)
Inflorescence - if raceme, then:
 Many flowered (2)
 Few flowered (1)
Inflorescence - if umbelliform cyme, then:
 Dense (1)
 Regular (1)
Inflorescence type
 Racemiform (3)
 Umbelliform cyme (2)
 Corymb (1)
 Cymose panicle (1)
 Many flowered panicle (1)
 Raceme or corymb (1)
 Umbel (1)
 Widely branched cyme (1)
Leaf bicolored
 No, both sides green (6)
 Yes, green above but not beneath (4)
 No, but glabrous beneath (1)
Leaf hair
 Pubescent underneath (2)
 Pubescent underneath primocane leaves (1)
 Sometimes on leaflets (1)
 Various (1)
Leaf shape
 3 to 5 foliate (3)
 3 to 5 foliate, evergreen (1)
 Palmate (1)
 Trifoliate, oblanceolate stipules (1)
 Trifoliate, petioled (1)
 Usually 4 lateral leaflets (1)
Leaf type
 Compound (11)
 Compound, upper simple (1)
 Simple (1)
Leaflet margins
 Serrate to lobed (5)
 Sharply serrate, mostly above mid-leaflet (2)
 Incised or laciniated (1)
 Sharply toothed (1)
Leaflet size
 1-2 dm (1)
 1-4 cm (1)
 4-8 cm (1)
 6-12 cm (1)
 Up to 5 cm (1)
National Wetland Category
 UPL (3)
 FACU (2)
 FACU - (2)
 FACW (1)
 FACW - (1)
Petal shape
 Cuneate (1)
 Narrowly obovate (1)
 Narrowly ovate (1)
 Obovate (1)
 Spathulate to obovate (1)
 Trifid, cuneate-obovate (1)
Plant size
 1-3 m (3)
 0.5 to 3 m (1)
 1 to 2 m (1)
 1.5 to 5 dm (1)
 Up to 1 m (1)
 Up to 2 m (1)
Stem behavior
 Arching, ascending, or suberect (3)
 Early erect, then primocanes trailing and low-arching (3)
 Erect, spreading, or decumbent (2)
 Arching, bending over (1)
 Coarse, scrambling (1)
 Erect, arching, or sprawling (1)
 Horizontal, creeping at or near soil surface (1)
 Widely branched (1)
Stem root at tips
 Yes (4)
 No (1)
 Sometimes (1)
Stipitate glandular hairs
 None (2)
 Various (2)
 On main stem, pedicels, and influorescence (1)
 On main stem, petioles, and influorescence (1)
 On pedicels (1)
 On petioles, pedicels, and calyces (1)
Woody
 Slightly (1)
 Soft woody at base (1)
 Yes (1)