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Berberis amurensis

Berberis amurensis is a shrub native to Japan, Korea, the Russian Far East, and parts of China (Gansu, Hebei, Heilongjiang, Henan, Jilin, Liaoning, Nei Mongol, Shaanxi, Shandong, Shanxi). It is named for the Amur River, which forms part of the boundary between Russia and China. It is found at elevations of 1100–2900 m.[2]

Berberis amurensis is a shrub up to 350 cm tall with spines up to 20 mm long on the smaller branches. Leaves are elliptical, paper-thin, up to 10 cm long. Flowers are borne in groups of up to 25. Berries are red, oblong, about 10 mm long.[2][3][4][5][6][7]


  1. ^ The Plant List
  2. ^ a b Flora of China v 19 p 762.
  3. ^ Ruprecht, Franz Josef. 1857. Bulletin de la Classe Physico-Mathématique de l'Académie Impériale des Sciences de Saint-Pétersbourg 15: 260.
  4. ^ Rehder, Alfred. 1907. Trees and Shrubs: illustrations of new or little known ligneous plants / prepared chiefly from material at the Arnold arboreum of Harvard university, and edited by Charles Sprague Sargent. Boston, Berberis bretschneideri
  5. ^ Lee, Wootchul. 1996. Lineamenta Florae Koreae 350.
  6. ^ Nakai, Takenoshin. 1929. Botanical Magazine (Tokyo)43: 441.
  7. ^ Ohwi, Jisaburo. 1953. Bulletin of the National Science Museum Tokyo 33: 72.
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