University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00360057
Taxon: Rubus trivialis Michx.
Family: Rosaceae
Determiner: B. L. Turner
Collector: Robert Runyon   3669   
Date: 18 February 1944
Locality: United States, Texas, Cameron, Ringgold Park, Brownsville. Elev. 10 m.
Habitat and Description: Distributed in south Texas and N. Tamaulipas, Mexico. A trailing, ascending perennial shrub on waste grounds. Clay soil, flowers are solitary on new stems, white, with faint odor. Leaves are trifoliolate, serrate, thin, dark green. Fruit an edible berry, bark brown-green. Roots are deep seated. Frequent in Cameron County and adjacent Mexico. The fruit is sold in the market in Brownsville.
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Record Id: 84622a48-61ec-4766-87ed-f9e62e1a04fb
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