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Thimble berry

Rubus parviflorus


Native to western and northern North America, from Alaska east to Ontario and Michigan, and south to northern Mexico. It grows from sea level in the north, up to 2,500 m (8,200 ft) altitude in the south of the range.


These berries are not ripe, hence the white/gray color.

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slireton 11 years ago

Thanks! I'm new to this, so appreciate the tips.

Aaron_G 11 years ago

Lovely plant. Since you know the identity of your spotting, please go ahead and fill in the scientific name field. This allows the spotting to fully enter the database and become complete, letting groups and individuals to use the data and find your spotting. It also takes the spotting off the "unidentified" list. Thank you!

Here's a great Project Noah blog entry that explains the spotting process:

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Washington, USA

Spotted on Aug 4, 2012
Submitted on Aug 5, 2012

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