Herbarium specimen: Rubus pyramidalis
|Taxon:||Rosaceae: Rubus pyramidalis Kaltenb.|
named by Richard de Gylpyn Benson 14/9/1894
|Filed in taxon folder:||Rosaceae: Rubus pyramidalis Kaltenb.|
|Collected by:||Richard de Gylpyn Benson|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC40 Shropshire, Oaks Hall, SJ40|
|Institution:||Shrewsbury School (SHYB)|
|notes:||A variety, possibly hybrid between pyramidalis and leucostachys.|
With leucostachys - which was quite past flowering. No glands, or? pyramidalis. R de G B
Focke (?) has to admit now (as I have shown him specimens from different localities) that we have an eglandular forms in England
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Documented by toribird79 on 15th September 2007.