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Ribes cynosbati
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Ribes cynosbati
Ribes cynosbati
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Ribes cynosbati
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Ribes cynosbati
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Ribes americanum
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Ribes americanum
Ribes echinellum
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Ribes echinellum

Ribes echinellum
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Ribes echinellum
Ribes echinellum
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Ribes uva-crispa
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Ribes rubrum
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Grossulariaceae

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Brexia madagascariensis , brexia. Tree from Madagascar with leathery leaves and clusters of greenish, five-parted flowers, each about 3/4 of an inch accross. Fringed staminodes alternate with the fertile stamens. [Sometimes placed in Brexiaceae, Celastraceae, Scrophulariaceae]
Escallonia rubra .
Escallonia