Rubus deliciosus Torr. subsp. neomexicanus (A.Gray) W.A.Weber

Formerly Rubus neomexicanus, a large bushy Rubus unusual in the genus in having unarmed stems and leaves that are merely lobed rather than compound. Found in moist canyons in much of the southwest.

A flower in Rain Creek Canyon, Mogollon Mountains, Catron County, New Mexico, 7 Jul 2010.

Leaves in Rain Creek Canyon, 7 Jul 2010.

Fruit in Rain Creek Canyon, 7 Jul 2010.

A flower at Dripping Springs in the Organ Mountains, Doña Ana County, New Mexico, 13 Aug 2006.

Leaves and an immature, calyx-ensconced fruit at Dripping Springs, 13 Aug 2006.

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