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Description: Serviceberry. The serviceberry is a luminous purplish berry which tastes similar, and looks akin, to cultivated blueberries. With thanks to Edward Vielmetti for this information.
|Amelanchier or serviceberries photographed by Danny Barron who kindly gave permission for me to use them here.||
Latin: Amelanchier alnifolia
Ethnicity: North American
Most frequent country: Canada, US
Also known as: sarvisberry, Saskatoon, serviceberry, shadblow, shadbush, shadwood, sugarplum, wild-plum
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