Malus baccata (L.) Borkh., Theor. Prakt. Handb. Forstbot. 2: 1280 1280 1803. (Syn: Crataegus pomifera Georgi; Malus baccata subsp. himalaica (Maxim.) Likhonos; Malus baccata var. sibirica (Maxim.) C.K.Schneid.; Malus baccata var. xiaojinensis (M.H.Cheng & N.G.Jiang) Ponomar.; Malus cerasifera Spach; Malus chamardabanica Vartapetyan & Solovjeva; Malus domestica subsp. cerasifera (Spach) Likhonos; Malus pallasiana Juz.; Malus rossica Medik.; Malus rubicunda M.Roem.; Malus sibirica (Maxim.) Kom. & Aliss.; Malus sibirica Borkh.; Malus xiaojinensis M.H.Cheng & N.G.Jiang; Prunus baccata L.; Pyrus baccata var. costata Regel; Pyrus baccata var. lutea Regel; Pyrus baccata var. obconoidea Regel; Pyrus baccata var. sanguinea Regel; Pyrus baccata var. sibirica Maxim.; Pyrus cerasifera Tausch; Pyrus microcarpa H.L.Wendl. ex K.Koch; Pyrus pallasiana (Juz.) M.F.Fay & Christenh.; Pyrus rubicunda Hoffmanns.; Sinomalus pallasiana (Juz.) Rushforth);
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European Russia to Korea and Himalaya: Altay, Amur, Assam, Buryatiya, Central European Rus, China North-Central, Chita, East European Russia, East Himalaya, Irkutsk, Kazakhstan, Khabarovsk, Korea, Krasnoyarsk, Manchuria, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Northwest European R, Pakistan, Primorye, West Himalaya, West Siberia; Introduced into: Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Brunswick, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Nova Scotia, Ohio, Ontario, Pennsylvania, Rhode I., South Carolina, Tennessee, Uzbekistan, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming as per POWO;
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Fruits for ID : 011011 : AK-1:
Pictures taken at a public park in Pahalgam, Kashmir on the 7th of Sept, 2011.
Pahalgam is at a height of 2740 metres above sea level.
A person at the garden said they were some kind of wild cherries.
Fruits were exactly like cherries.

Malus baccata I hope



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Rosaceae Fortnight- Malus baccata from Himachal-GSG10/Sept 2015 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Malus baccata. Photographed from Chhitkul in Kinnaur.

It is an important indigenous rootstock for grafting apple in India.



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Small Tree for ID : New York : 07AUG19 : AK-18 : 13 posts by 6 authors. Attachments (4)
Small tree with green berry like fruits seen in a park in Manhattan, New York.
These were seen in June, 2017.

Resembles Muntingia calabura or other sp.
Leaves margin, flowers solitary or clusters, fruit Berry….matched characters. 


It is not Muntingia calabura. No, it is not!


Yes from me as well. Muntingia calabura is seen and photographed by me a number of times. So I know the tree well. Fruits are not in clusters as we see here.
This could be from Rosaceae family.

what was the name of the park? short of that…. what street?


This was Battery Park in Manhattan.


Malus baccata I hope


I was really eager to know the id of these fruits.


me too. thought of crab apples which abound in new York city but the tiny  fruits ……
they look like red pimento stuffed olives, and drove me nuts


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