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Herbarium specimen: Rubus infestior

Taxon:Rosaceae: Rubus infestior Edees
det. R D Randall 1996
Other name:Rosaceae: Rubus infestus Weihe ex Boenn.
det. William Moyle Rogers 5/1910

"A very strongform of R. infestus Weihe. - identicle with other plants of that part of Surrey for which Focke accepted the name on my showing him the living bushes in 1894. WMR 5/1910

Filed in taxon folder:Rosaceae: Rubus infestior Edees
Collected by:Rev. Edward Shearburn Marshall
Collection date:5/9/1891
Locality:Great Britain, VC17 Surrey, Thursley, SU93, Near the Hammer Ponds [SU9140]
ex herb:Rev. Edward Shearburn Marshall
Mr Frederick Townsend
Institution:South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)
Image:Rubus infestior herbarium specimen from Thursley, VC17 Surrey in 1891 by Rev. Edward Shearburn Marshall.
notes:"In plenty. Flowers white, stamens exceed styles.Fruitingsepals sub-patent."

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Documented by mikedaps on 20th April 2012.

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