dwarf red blackberry, dwarf red raspberry
[Cylactis pubescens (Raf.) W.A.Weber, more...]
Etymology: Rubus: Latin name for "bramble" or "blackberry"
Plants: perennial, 6"-20" tall, non-woody forb; main stems creeping along the ground then putting up erect stems with no prickles
Leaves: 2-5, long-stalked, 3-parted, sharply toothed
Flowers: white, 5-parted, 1/4"-1/2" wide, sepals facing downward; inflorescence of 1-3 flowers at the top and sometimes with 1 or 2 from the leaf axils; blooms May-July
Fruits: small, dark-red, 1/4"-1/3" thick berry
Habitat: wet; woods, bogs, cedar swamps
Conservation Status: Native
Floristic Rating: Coefficient of Conservatism = 7, Wetland Indicator = FACW+ USDA Plants Database: Federal Distribution and detailed information including photos University of Wisconsin - Green Bay: Shrubs: Photos, descriptions, information USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS): Images of seeds, fruits, embryos, etc.