Lonicera xylosteum L., Sp. Pl. 174 1753. (syn: Caprifolium dumetorum Lam.; Caprifolium xylosteum (L.) Gaertn.; Caprifolium xylosteum (L.) Kuntze; Chamaecerasus dumetorum Delarb.; Chamaecerasus xylosteum (L.) Medic.; Euchylia villosa Dulac; Lonicera cotinifolia C. A. Mey.; Lonicera dumetorum Pers.; Lonicera ochroleuca St. Lag.; Lonicera rubra Gilib.; Lonicera vulgaris Roehl.; Xylosteon dumetorum Moench; Xylosteon vulgare Roehl.) ?;
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Berries for ID : New Windsor, New York : 10OCT19 : AK-12 : 12 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (5)
Tiny berries in pairs seen in the woods at New Windsor in June, 17.
These are similar to another posted earlier, which was suggested as Lonicera Species.
Lonicera xylosteum L. ?
Thanks for the id. I will search further.
Your given id seems very close to my pictures.
Another Lonicera Species native to this area is Lonicera morrowii.
The leaves are looking very close.
Leaves look slightly narrow!
leaves seem to be variable in size…length and width like fat people skinny people!!!
it is lonicera morrowii
forgot to give the url for the variance
1: fat //wide leaves
2 : skinny and smaleer leaves
Thanks for validating my suggested id.
Lonicera xylosteum is also possible as per
Both species (hollow stem in Lonicera xylosteum vis a vis solid stem Lonicera morrowii) are quite confusing as per