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  • parviflorus, Rubus parvifolius, Rubus pascuus, Rubus pedatus, Rubus pensilvanicus, Rubus phoenicolasius, Rubus pubescens, Rubus repens, Rubus saxatilis
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  • Sutherland and L. A. Alice, unpubl.) of R. pensilvanicus hybridizing with R. ursinus. Rubus pensilvanicus is introduced in California, Idaho, and Washington
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  • proximal third entire. When compared with R. pensilvanicus, R. pascuus has pale pink to white petals. Rubus pensilvanicus only has white petals as well as abaxial
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  • names are based on putative hybrids involving Rubus cuneifolius and: R. pensilvanicus (R. ×acer L. H. Bailey, R. ×acer var. subacer L. H. Bailey, R. ×argutinus
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  • ×rixosus L. H. Bailey); R. hispidus (R. ×novanglicus L. H. Bailey); R. pensilvanicus (R. ×amabilis Blanchard [not Focke], R. ×amicalis Blanchard, R. ×elegantulus
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  • fraternus Gremli), R. ×licens L. H. Bailey, R. ×ostryifolius Rydberg); R. pensilvanicus (R. ×avipes L. H. Bailey, R. ×floricomus Blanchard, R. ×orarius Blanchard);
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  • ×tholiformis Fernald, R. ×trifrons Blanchard, R. ×zaplutus L. H. Bailey); R. pensilvanicus (R. ×wisconsinensis L. H. Bailey). None. None. window.propertiesFrom
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  • There are reports of R. ursinus hybridizing with R. bifrons and R. pensilvanicus in California (T. S. Mallah 1954; L. V. Clark and M. Jasieniuk 2012;
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  • H. Bailey, R. ×varus L. H. Bailey, R. ×vigoratus L. H. Bailey); R. pensilvanicus (R. ×akermanii Fernald, R. ×darlingtonii L. H. Bailey, R. ×dissitiflorus
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