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Berberis canadensis Mill.
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FamilyScientific name @ source (records)
Aphididae  Liosomaphis berberidis @ AMNH_PBI (1)
Cucurbitariaceae  Cucurbitaria berberidis @ BPI (1)
Dermateaceae  Gloeosporium berberidis @ BPI (1)
Pucciniaceae  Puccinia graminis @ BPI (11)

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1. Berberis canadensis Miller, Gard. Dict., ed. 8. Berberis no. 2. 1768.

Shrubs , deciduous, 0.4-2 m. Stems dimorphic, with long primary shoots and short axillary shoots. Bark of 2d-year stems purple or brown, glabrous. Bud scales 1-1.5 mm, deciduous. Spines present, simple or 3(-7)-fid. Leaves simple; petioles 0.2-0.8(-1.3) cm. Leaf blade oblanceolate or sometimes narrowly elliptic, 1-veined from base, 1.8-7.5 × 0.8-3.3 cm, thin and flexible, base long-attenuate, margins plane, toothed, each with 3-12 teeth 0-1 mm high tipped with bristles to 0.2-1.2 × 0.1-0.15 mm, apex rounded or rounded-obtuse; surfaces abaxially dull, smooth, adaxially dull, ± glaucous. Inflorescences racemose, lax, 3-12-flowered, 2-5.5 cm; bracteoles membranous, apex acuminate. Flowers: anther filaments without distal pair of recurved lateral teeth. Berries red, oblong-ellipsoid, 10 mm, juicy, solid. 2 n = 28.

Flowering spring (Apr-May). In woods or glades, on rocky slopes and near rivers; 100-700 m; Ala., Ga., Ill., Ind., Ky., Md., Mo., N.C., Pa., Tenn., Va., W.Va.

Berberis canadensis is susceptible to infection by Puccinia graminis .

The Cherokee Indians used scraped bark of Berberis canadensis in infusions to treat diarrhea (D. E. Moermann 1986).

Updated: 2019-10-14 12:49:32 gmt
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