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Bush For ID : Red Berries : California : 19OCT14 : AK-14 : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Pictures taken at the Golden Gate Park, San Francisco on 30/9/14.

Bushes with red berries.
During my visit, a lot of trees, shrubs, bushes were full of red berries.
They were all new to me.


Cotoneaster, may be C. coccinea.


Thanks a lot for the id.

I will search further.


Can we consider Cotoneaster lacteal?


Cotoneaster lactea is a much different plant, taller, larger leaves wrinkled on upper surface, white beneath.


Thanks for correcting me.
Pictures on Google search looked like my plant.
That’s why the suggested id.


Please take name as Pyracantha coccinea


 

Posted on our group earlier.
Cotoneaster coccinea suggested by …
Pictures taken at the Golden Gate Park, San Francisco on 30/9/14.
For validation please.


Please take it as Pyracantha coccinea


 

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Pyracantha coccinea from California : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)

Here is Pyracantha coccinea from California characterised leaves narrowly elliptical, finely crenate-serrate along margin, tip acute, inflorescence pubescent. the other species P. koidzumii: leaves obovate-oblong, margin entire, apex obtuse, nearly rounded to emarginate, inflorescence glabrous.


  

 
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