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37a. Crataegus berberifolia Torrey & A. Gray var. berberifolia

Crataegus araioclada Sargent; C. crocina Beadle; C. edita Sargent; C. edura Beadle; C. fera Beadle; C. tersa Beadle; C. villiflora Sargent

Flowers 16–20 mm diam.; stamens 20, anthers usually cream.

Flowering Apr; fruiting Sep–Nov. Brushy subxeric to xeric communities, mixed pine-oak forests; 10–200 m; Ala., Ark., Fla., Ga., La., Miss., Mo., N.C., S.C., Tenn.

Most commonly occurring in Louisiana, var. berberifolia extends to southern Missouri, where it is fairly abundant, and to Florida. This variety contains the yellow-fruited forms. There is not much difference from Crataegus rosei [subsp. rosei] var. amoena from Coahuila, Mexico.


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