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Wild Cherry Fruits

Observed: 25th July 2013 By: Pam Burrow
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course complete
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Wild Cherry Fruits 1
Wild Cherry Fruits 2
Description:
Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Bird Cherry (Prunus padus) interacts

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Pam Burrow's picture

Thanks again - I'm not sure

Thanks again - I'm not sure about fruits, so your info is a useful guide to distinguishing these two.
Pam

cicuta58's picture

Bark

If you scrape a bit of bark off a young shoot, Prunus padus has a strong smell whereas P. avium is more or less odourless.

cicuta58

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Thanks again! Pam

Thanks again!
Pam