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Family Grossulariaceae
Ribes cynosbati L.
dogberry, eastern prickly gooseberry, prickly wild gooseberry
Ribes: from Syrian or Kurdish ribas, which was derived from an old Persian word
cynosbati: dogberry
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Status: Native
Plant: perennial shrub

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Grossularia cynosbati (L.) Mill.
Ribes cynosbati L. f. inerme Rehder
Ribes cynosbati L. var. atrox Fernald
Ribes cynosbati L. var. glabratum Fernald
Ribes cynosbati L. var. inerme (Rehder) L.H.Bailey
Ribes huronense Rydb.

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