Rubus assamensis Focke, 197 1874. (syn: Rubus bahanensis Hand.-Mazz.; Rubus qinglongensis Q.H.Chen & T.L.Xu; Rubus sepalanthus Focke);
Common name: Assam Raspberry • Assamese: Soh-chiria, Soh-nybal
China (Guangxi, Guizhou, Sichuan, Yunnan), Tibet, NE-India, NE-Burma (Chin, Kachin), Vietnam as per Catalogue of Life;
Plants from Northeast Tour 2017- Rosaceae Shrub for id- Shillong : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
Can it be Rubus paniculatus?
Most likely to be Rubus assamensis. These are without petals. Other characters that are observable seem to suggest it.
Thanks a lot …, yes, it matches with Rubus assamensis, I hope it is new addition to eFI..
Altitude : ca.1,650 m.
Date : 03-10-2018
Habit : Climbing shrub
Habitat : Wild
This looks like Rubus paniculatus Sm.
Looks like Rubus sp…
Leaves doesn’t matched to R. paniculatus indeed looks like R. pedunclosus
Fruit color OK ?
Yes sir mature fruits turned black.. but the number of berries in the ettario seems few ….
By the way does it have distribution in Mizoram ??
I think more closer to images and details at Rubus assamensis