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Fabales
Flora of New York — Rosales : Rosaceae : Rosoideae 1 :
Ulmarieae, Rubeae, Colurieae, Sanguisorbeae

Rosales: Rosaceae: Rosoideae 2
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The grouping of the Rosaceae (rose family) taxa used here is based on the Angiosperm Phylogeny Website,[1] Eriksson (2003),[2], and Longhi (2014).[3] The subfamilies Rosoideae and Amygdaloideae are present in New York.

Rosaceae
Rosoideae
Ulmarieae

Filipendula


Rosodeae
Rubeae

Rubus



Colureae

Geum



Waldsteinia




Sanguisorbeae
Agrimoniinae

Agrimonia


Sanguisorbineae

Sanguisorba




Roseae

Rosa


Potentilleae
Potentillineae

Potentilla


Fragariinae

Fragaria


Alchemillinae

Alchemilla









Dryadoideae

Cercocarpus



Dryas



Amygdaloideae
Niellieae

Physocarpus



Amygdaleae

Prunus



Osmaronieae

Exochorda



Kerrieae

Rhodotypos



Kerria




Sorbarieae

Sorbaria



Spiraeeae

Spiraea


Pyrodeae
Gillenieae

Gillenia


Maleae

Amelanchier



Aronia



Photinia



Crataegus



Sorbus



Malus



Pyrus



Cydonia



Chaenomeles



Pyracantha



Cotoneaster












Tribe Ulmarieae[edit]

Genus Filipendula[edit]

Filipendula contains about ten Eurasian species and two North American species. Of these, one Midwestern and two Eurasian species have been found to have naturalized in New York.

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Ulmarieae — Filipendula
Filipendula Queen, Dropwort N.Y. Status Images Distribution 3
(Hill) B.L.Rob.

1768. Ulmaria rubra Hill
1770. Spiraea lobata Gronov. ex Jacq.
1906. Filipendula rubra B.L.Rob.
1836. Thecanisia angustifolia Raf.
1836. T. purpurea Raf.
1837. T. lobata (Gronov.) Raf.
1879. F. lobata (Gronov.) Maxim.
1891. S. rubra (Hill) Britton
Queen-of-the-prairie,
Prairie dropwort,
Red queen-of-the-meadow
Filipendule rouge
Introduced,
NYS CoC: 0 from
 US midwest,
N. America native

FACW

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
Part shade
Filipendula rubra inflorescence.JPG
Filipendula rubra nymap.svg
NYFA-X
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 (L.) Maxim.

1753. Spiraea ulmaria L.
1819. Spiraea denudata J.& C.Presl
1838. Thecanisia ulmaria (L.) Raf.
1879. Filipendula ulmaria Maxim.
1889. Filipendula denudata Fritsch
1909. F. ulmaria ssp. denudata Hayek
Queen-of-the-meadow,
Meadowsweet,
Meadow dropwort,
Elm queen-of-the-meadow,
White
  queen-of-the-meadow
Reine-des-prés
Introduced from
 temperate Eurasia,
Potentially invasive,
Note:[1]
Filipendula ulmaria (flowers).jpg
Filipendula ulmaria nymap.svg
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 Moench

1753. Spiraea filipendula L.
1768. Ulmaria filipendula (L.) Hill
1794. Filipendula vulgaris Moench
1879. F. hexapetala Gilib. superfl.
Dropwort,
Common
  queen-of-the-meadow
Filipendule vulgaire,
Filipendule
Introduced from
 temperate Eurasia
Filipendula vulgaris 'Dropwort' (Rosaceae) flowers.JPG
Filipendula vulgaris nymap.svg
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Tribe Rubeae[edit]

The Rubeae include the genera Rubus and Dalibarda (which is here treated as a monospecific subgenus of Rubus.

Genus Rubus[edit]

Rubus subg. Chamaemorus[edit]

The native status of cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus) in New York could be subject to question. It is a circumboreal bramble, native to all provinces of Canada and present in the states of Alaska, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Maine. However, the only vouchered report of cloudberry growing outside of cultivation in New York was from Montauk in Suffolk County, Long Island in 1908.[1][2]

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Chamaemorus
Rubussubg. Chamaemorus Cloudberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 L.

1753. Rubus chamaemorus L.
1906. Chamaemorus anglica Greene
1906. Chamaemorus norwegica Greene
Cloudberry,
Baked-apple-berry,
Salmon-berry,
Malka
Chicouté,
Ronce petit-mûrier,
Mûres blanches
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 10,
No recent reports,
Impersistent

FACW

Perennial,
Herb-subshrub,
Sun
Hjortron.png
Rubus chamaemorus nymap.svg
NYFA-Z
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LBJ

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Rubus subg. Dalibarda[edit]

Dalibarda has been treated as a monospecific genus, but the Flora of North America Editorial Committee (2014)[1] treats it as a subgenus of Rubus. Its leaves superficially resemble those of violets, but its flowers and fruit are clearly rubusesque.

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Dalibarda
Rubussubg. Dalibarda Dewdrop N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
 (L.) Kuntze

1753. Dalibarda repens L.
[2]
1762. Rubus dalibarda L. (i)
1803. Dalibarda violioides Michx.
1806. Dalibarda cordata Stephan
1891. Rubus repens (L.) Kuntze
Dewdrop,
Robin runaway,
False-violet,
Star-violet
Dalibarde rampante
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 9,
Likely secure

FAC

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
Part shade - shade
Dalibarda repens 4284.JPG
Nymap.svg
NYFA-4
USDA-NN
NEW Can
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BNA
LBJ

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  1. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 2014. Magnoliophyta: Picramniaceae to Rosaceae. Fl. N. Amer. 9: i–xxiv, 1–713. Listed in Tropicos.org. Missouri Botanical Garden. 05 Jul 2015 {http://www.tropicos.org/Name/50334377)
  2. NYFA, ITIS and VASCAN list Dalibarda repens as a synonym of Rubus repens (L.) Kuntze.
    ↑ NRCS and ARS-GRIN list Dalibarda as a separate genus with Dalibarda repens as its sole member.
    Flora Novae Angliae (Go Botany) and BONAP list it as Rubus dalibarda L.

Rubus subg. Anoplobatus[edit]

The thornless Norh American Anoplobatus subgenus consists of the eastern Rubus odoratus and western Rubus parviflorus species. Only the eastern species has been collected in New York.

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Anoplobatus
Rubussubg. Anoplobatus Raspberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 L.

1753. Rubus odoratus L.
1892. R. odoratus var. columbianus Millsp.
1903. Rubacer odoratum Rydb.
1903. Rubacer columbianum Rydb.
1906. Bossekia odorata Greene
1912. Bossekia columbiana A.Heller
Purple-flowering raspberry,
Purple-flowered raspberry,
Virginia raspberry,
Thimbleberry
Ronce odorante,
Framboisier sauvage,
Calottes
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 7,
Secure



Perennial,
Subshrub,
Sun - shade
Rubus-odoratus-flower.JPG
Rubus odoratus NY-dist-map.png
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Rubus subg. Idaeobatus[edit]

The Rubus subgenus Idaeobatus species are generally referred to as raspberries.

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Idaeobatus
Rubussubg. Idaeobatus Raspberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 L.

1753. Rubus occidentalis L.
1902. R. occidentalis var. pallidus
1905. R. occidentalis var. flavobaccus
Black raspberry,
Black cap,
Thimbleberry
Framboisier de Virginie
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 3,
Secure
Rubus occidentalis NRCS-1.jpg
Rubus occidentalis NY-dist-map.png
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 Peck (pro sp.)

Rubus occidentalis ×
Rubus idaeus ssp. strigosus

Purple wild raspberry N.Y. native,
Threatened
Nidda Fauerbach Rubus idaeus ws.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-2?
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 L.
ssp. strigosus (Michx.) Focke

1803. Rubus strigosus Michx.
1872. R. idaeus var. strigosus
1896. R. idaeus ssp. strigosus
American red raspberry,
North American red raspberry,
Grayleaf red raspberry
Framboisier sauvage
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 3,
Secure
Rubus strigosus 8775.JPG
Nymap.svg
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 L.
ssp. idaeus

1753. Rubus idaeus L.
European red raspberry,
Framboisier
Introduced
Rubus-idaeus058.jpg
Nymap.svg
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 Focke

1899. Rubus illecebrosus Focke
Strawberry raspberry,
Charming raspberry
Framboisier fraisier
Introduced from
 eastern Asia
Rubus illecebrosus.JPG
Rubus illecebrosus NY-dist-map.png
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 Maxim.

1872. Rubus phoenicolasius Maxim.
Wineberry,
Japanese wineberry,
Wine raspberry
Introduced,
Highly invasive,
NYIS: 86%[1]
Japanese Wineberry (2996141149).jpg
Rubus phoenicolasius nymap.svg
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Rubus subg. Rubus[edit]

Subgenus Rubus contains the blackberries and dewberries.

Rubus subg. Rubus sect. Allegheniensis[edit]
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Rubus — sect. Allegheniensis
Rubussubg. Rubussect. Allegheniensis Blackberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
Porter ex Bailey

Allegheny blackberry,
Common blackberry,
Highbush blackberry
Ronce des Alléghanys,
Mûrier,
Ronce alléghanienne
N.Y. native,
Secure
Rubus allegheniensis NRCS-006 4x3.jpg
Rubus allegheniensis NY-dist-map.png
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 Blanch.

1906. Rubus pergratus Blanch.
1906. Rubus × pergratus Blanch.
[1]
1944. R. canadensis var. pergratus
L.H.Bailey
Upland blackberry N.Y. native,
Likely secure
NYFA-0
USDA-N0
Can
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  1. ITIS lists R. pergratus as a synonym of Rubus × pergratus.
    ↑ ⋅ ARS-GRIN lists R. pergratus as a syononm of Rubus allegheniensis.
    ↑ ⋅ USDA-NRCS lists R. pergratus as an accepted species name present in NY.
    ↑ ⋅ Canadensys-VASCAN lists R. pergratus as a synonynm of Rubus canadensis
    ↑ ⋅ NYFA no longer lists Rubus pergratus
Rubus subg. Rubus sect. Canadenses[edit]
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Rubus — sect. Canadenses
Rubussubg. Rubussect. Canadenses Blackberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 L.

1753. Rubus canadensis L.
..... Rubus millspaughii
Smooth blackberry,
Thornless blackberry
N.Y. native,
Vulnerable
Rubus canadensis BB-1913.png
Rubus canadensis NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-3?
USDA-NN

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Blanch. (pro sp.)

Rubus proprius
Showy blackberry,
Needle blackberry
N.Y. native,
Likely secure
NYFA-4?
USDA-NN

ITIS




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Rubus subg. Rubus sect. Arguti[edit]

The Flora of North America Editorial Committee (2014) treats the Yankee blackberry (R. frondosus), Burnham's blackberry (R. burnhamii), and the prickly Florida blackberry (R. argutus) as being among the 72 synonyms of the Pennsylvania blackberry (R. pensilvanicus).[1][2] ITIS also lists Rydberg's blackberry (R. rydbergianus), along with the other three, as a synonym of (R. pensilvanicus).[3]

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Rubus — sect. Arguti
Rubussubg. Rubussect. Arguti Blackberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 Poir.

1804. Rubus pensilvanicus Poir.
1822. Rubus argutus Link
1824. Rubus frondosus Bigelow
1913. Rubus brainerdii Rydb.
1933. Rubus penetrans L.H.Bailey
1945. Rubus burnhamii L.H.Bailey
Pennsylvania blackberry,
Pennsylvania raspberry
Ronce de Pennsylvanie
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 3,
Secure
Rubus pensilvanicus flowers 4x3.jpg
Rubus pensilvanicus NY-dist-map.png
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 Bigelow
 = Rubus pensilvanicus Poir.

Yankee blackberry,
Leafy blackberry,
Leafy-flowered blackberry
N.Y. native,
Synonym
Rubus frondosus BB-1913.png
Rubus frondosus NY-dist-map.png
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 L.H.Bailey
 = Rubus pensilvanicus Poir.

Burnham's blackberry,
Bramble
N.Y. native,
Synonym
Rubus pensilvanicus (5756668386).jpg
Rubus burnhamii NY-dist-map.png
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 L.H.Bailey
 = Rubus pensilvanicus Poir.

Rydberg's blackberry N.Y. native,
Synonym
NYFA-0
USDA-N0

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Trop.
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 Link
 = Rubus pensilvanicus Poir.

Prickly Florida blackberry,
Sawtooth blackberry,
Saw-toothed blackberry,
Highbush blackberry,
Southern blackberry
N.Y. native,
Synonym
Starr 030405-0135 Rubus argutus.jpg
NYFA-0
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Rubus subg. Rubus sect. Cuneifolii[edit]
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Rubus — sect. Cuneifolii
Rubussubg. Rubussect. Cuneifolii Blackberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 Pursh 1813

Sand blackberry N.Y. native,
Endangered,
No recent reports
Rubus cuneifolius NRCS-1.jpg
Rubus cuneifolius NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-1
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Rubus subg. Rubus sect. Setosi[edit]

The Flora of North America Editorial Committee (2014) treats both the Bristly Oswego blackberry (R. dissimilis) and the Vermont blackberry (R. vermontanus) as being among the 40 synonyms of the Bristly blackberry (R. setosus).[1][2]

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Rubus — sect. Setosi
Rubussubg. Rubussect. Setosi Blackberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 Bigelow

1824. Rubus setosus Bigelow
Bristly blackberry,
Setose blackberry,
Small bristleberry,
Bristly raspberry
Ronce sétuleuse
N.Y. native,
Likely secure
Rubus setosus as Rubus nigricans BB-1913.png
Rubus setosus NY-dist-map.png
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 L.H.Bailey
 = Rubus setosus Bigelow

1824. Rubus setosus Bigelow
1941. Rubus dissimilis L.H.Bailey
Bristly Oswego blackberry N.Y. native,
Unranked
Rubus dissimilis NY-dist-map.png
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 Blanch.
 = Rubus setosus Bigelow

1824. Rubus setosus Bigelow
1904. Rubus vermontanus Blanch.
Vermont blackberry N.Y. native,
Not listed
Nymap.svg
NYFA-0
USDA-N0
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Rubus subg. Rubus sect. Rubus[edit]
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Rubus — sect. Rubus
Rubussubg. Rubussect. Rubus Blackberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 Willd.

1806. Rubus laciniatus Willd.
1893. Rubus vulgaris
var. laciniatus Dippel
Cutleaf blackberry,
Cut-leaved blackberry,
Evergreen blackberry,
Cutleaf bramble
Ronce laciniée
Introduced,
Moderately invasive,
NYIS: 63%[1]
Rubus laciniatus0.jpg
Rubus laciniatus NY-dist-map.png
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 Vest

1821. Rubus bifrons Vest
1825. Rubus linkianus Ser.
1874. Rubus armeniacus Focke
 auct. Rubus procerus
non P.J.Müll. ex Genev
European blackberry,
Himalayan berry,
Bramble,
Twice-leaved blackberry
Ronce discolore
Introduced from
 Europe,
Moderately invasive,
NYIS: 57%[2],
No NY specimens
Rubus bifrons - Botanischer Garten, Frankfurt am Main - DSC02472.JPG
Nymap.svg
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 Focke
 = Rubus bifrons Vest

1874. Rubus armeniacus Focke
1914. Rubus hedycarpus
var. armeniacus Focke
 auct. Rubus discolor
non Weihe & Nees (1824)
Armenian Blackberry,
Himalayan blackberry,
Himalaya giant blackberry
Introduced from
 Caucasus,
Moderately invasive,
NYIS: 57%[3],
IO
Himalayan Blackberry 5 leaf example.JPG
Nymap.svg
NYFA-0
USDA-X

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Rubus subg. Rubus sect. Hispidi[edit]
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Rubus — sect. Hispidi
Rubussubg. Rubussect. Hispidi Dewberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 L.

1753. Rubus hispidus L.
1824. Rubus sempervirens Bigelow
1940. Rubus hispidus var. obovalis Fernald
1941. Rubus hispidus var. cupulifer Bailey
Bristly dewberry,
Running blackberry,
Swamp blackberry,
Swamp dewberry
Ronce hispide
N.Y. native,
Secure
Rubus-hispidus-Acadia.jpg
Rubus hispidus NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-5
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Rubus subg. Rubus sect. Flagellares[edit]

The Flora of North America Editorial Committee (2014) treats both the Arundel blackberry (R. arundelanus), Enslen's blackberry (R. enslenii), and the Ithaca blackberry (R. ithacanus) as being among the 112 synonyms of the American dewberry (R. flagellaris).[1][2]

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Rubus — sect. Flagellares
Rubussubg. Rubussect. Flagellares Dewberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 Willd.

1809. Rubus flagellaris Willd.
1901. Rubus procumbens Rydb
1906. Rubus geophilus Blanch
American dewberry,
Northern dewberry,
Whiplash dewberry,
Northern blackberry
Ronce à flagelles
N.Y. native,
Secure
Rubus flagellaris UGA1120430.jpg
Rubus flagellaris NY-dist-map.png
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 Blanch.
 = Rubus flagellaris Willd.

1809. Rubus flagellaris Willd.
1906. Rubus arundelanus Blanch.
1906. Rubus arenicolus orth. var.
Blanch.
Arundel blackberry,
Maine raspberry
N.Y. native,
Threatened
Rubus flagellaris NRCS-1.jpg
NYFA-2?
USDA-NN
Can
ARS ITIS
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 Tratt.
 = Rubus flagellaris Willd.

1809. Rubus flagellaris Willd.
1823. Rubus enslenii Tratt.
Southern dewberry,
Enslen's blackberry
N.Y. native,
Endangered
Rubus flagellaris NRCS-2.jpg
NYFA-1?
USDA-NN
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 L.H.Bailey
 = Rubus flagellaris Willd.

1809. Rubus flagellaris Willd.
1925. Rubus ithacanus L.H.Bailey
Ithaca blackberry N.Y. native,
Unranked
Rubus ithacanus NY-dist-map.png
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Rubus subg. Rubus sect. Caesii[edit]

The European dewberry has only been reported outside of cultivation in limited number of counties in North America, including only a few from New York. As of July 2015, it was not listed on New York State's Non-Native Plant Species Invasiveness Assessment.[1] However the Finger Lakes Native Plant Society,[2] Cornell Plantations, and Tompkins County[3] all list Rubus caesius as an invasive plant.

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Rubus — sect. Caesii
Rubussubg. Rubussect. Caesii Dewberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 L.

1753. Rubus caesius L.
1892. Rubus caesius
var. turkestanicus Regel
1914. Rubus caesius
ssp. turkestanicus Focke
1935. Rubus turkestanicus Pavlov
1937. Rubus psilophyllus Nevski hom.
European dewberry
Ronce bleue,
Ronce bleuâtre
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Moderately invasive,
CP-3[4]
Kratzbeeren.JPG
Nymap.svg
NYFA-X
USDA-XX
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Rubus subg. Cylactis[edit]

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Rubeae — Rubus — subg. Cylactis
Rubussubg. Cylactis Blackberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 30
 Raf.

1811. Rubus pubescens Raf.
1819. Cylactis montana Raf.
1823. Rubus triflorus Richardson
1985. Cylactis pubescens W.A.Weber
Dwarf raspberry,
Dwarf red blackberry,
Creeping red raspberry,
Trailing red raspberry,
Plumboy
Ronce pubescente,
Catherinette
N.Y. native,
Secure
Rubus pubescens flower.jpg
Rubus pubescens NY-dist-map.png
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Tribe Colurieae[edit]

The New York members of the Colurieae tribe include about ten species of the genus Geum (avens) and a single species of Waldsteinia (barren-strawberry). Sources are mixed as to whether Waldsteinia should be placed under the Geum genus itself. In either case, the "barren strawberries" of this tribe are more closely related to the Geums than to the other New York strawberries (Fragaria) or mock-strawberries (Duchesnea), which are placed in the Potentilleae tribe below.

Genus Waldsteinia[edit]

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Colurieae — Waldsteinia
Waldsteinia Barren strawberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 10
(Michx.) Tratt.

1803. Dalibarda fragarioides Michx.
1823. Waldsteinia fragarioides Tratt.
1823. Waldsteinia doniana Tratt.
2006. Geum fragarioides Smedmark
2008. G. donianum Weakley & Gandhi
2009. W. fragarioides ssp. doniana
Appalachian barren-strawberry,
Barren strawberry,
Dry strawberry
Waldsteinie faux-fraisier
N.Y. native,
Secure
Waldsteinia fragarioides 14 (5097400175).jpg
Nymap.svg
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Genus Geum[edit]

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Colurieae — Geum
GeumL.subg. Geum Avens N.Y. Status Images Distribution 10
 Jacq.

1772. Geum canadense Jacq.
1791. Geum album J.F.Gmel. [superfl.]
1913. Geum camporum Rydb
White avens,
Canada avens
Benoîte du Canada,
Benoîte blanche
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 5,
Secure

FAC-FACU
Geum canadense 2826.jpg
Nymap.svg
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NSE BNA
IPN 

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 Jacq.

1787. Geum aleppicum Jacq.
1789. Geum strictum Aiton [superfl.]
1913. Geum decurrens Rydb.
1935. Geum aleppicum var. strictum
1939. Geum strictum var. decurrens
1949. Geum aleppicum ssp. strictum
Yellow avens,
Aleppo avens,
Common avens
Benoîte d’Alep
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 3,
Secure
Geum aleppicum WPC-4x3.jpg
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 L.

    
    
    
Purple avens,
Water avens,
Chocolate-root
Benoîte des ruisseaux,
Benoîte pourpre
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 8,
Secure

OBL
Geum rivale 2015-06-01 OB 110.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Rough avens,
Floodplain avens
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 3,
Secure

FACW-FAC
Geum laciniatum NRCS-4x3.jpg
Nymap.svg
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 L.

Stylypus vernus
Spring avens N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 5,
Rare

FACU

Perennial,
Herb-forb
Spring Avens (Geum vernum) - Flickr - Jay Sturner (1).jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-2-3
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 Pursh
var. triflorum

    Erythrocoma triflora
    Geum ciliatum var. griseum
    Sieversia triflora
Old man's whiskers,
Prairie smoke
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 10,
Threatened
Geum triflorum (9073116002).jpg
Nymap.svg
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 L.

Geum flavumGeum hirsutum
Cream avens N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 9,
Threatened
Geum virginianum BB-1913-1.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-2
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ITIS




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 Willd.
var. macrophyllum

Largeleaf avens,
Large-leaved avens
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 8,
Endangered
Geum macrophyllum (2615073237).jpg
Nymap.svg
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 Fr.

Geum aleppicum ×
Geum rivale

Orange Avens,
Hybrid yellow & purple avens
N.Y. native,
Unranked
Ny hybrid.svg
Nymap.svg
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 L. (1753)

Herb Bennet, Bennet's root,
Wood avens, Town avens,
Clove-root, Colewort,
St. Benedict's herb
Benoîte commune
Introduced,
Invasive
Geum urbanum bluete.jpeg
Geum urbanum nymap.svg
NYFA-X
USDA-XX
NEW Can
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BNA


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J.-P. Bernard & R. Gauthier

Geum canadense ×
Geum urbanum

    
    
    
Catling's avens

Introduced
Ny hybrid.svg
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