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<i>Rosa rupincola</i> Fisch. ex Sweet synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(5 of 6) Glands visible on pedicel, hip and sepals of Rosa rupincola. Photographed May 13, 2019 at "Rose Woods".
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<i>Rosa rupincola</i> Fisch. ex Sweet synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(4 of 6) Redoute skillfully and accurately depicted these minute glands on the hip and sepals (seen in this closeup).
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<i>Rosa rupincola</i> Fisch. ex Sweet synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(1 of 6) Rosa rupincola is from the Altay Mtns. of Russia at its junction with Mongolia, Kazakhstan and China. it is an Asian representative of the spinosissima group but closest in character to Rosa myriacantha of southern France some 4000 miles to the west. Photographed May 23, 2019 at "Rose Woods" in the Mayacmas Mtns. near Petrified Forest, California.
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<i>Rosa rupincola</i> Fisch. ex Sweet synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(6 of 6) The epithet, rupincola, chosen by the Russian botanist F.E.L. von Fischer is difficult to define. Perhaps "rupicola" was meant, meaning "of hills", since the species comes from mountains. The botanist Thory wrote myriacantha was also indigenous to dry stony places. My plant came from the U.C. Berkeley Botanic Garden. Photographed May 13, 2019 at "Rose Woods".
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<i>Rosa rupincola</i> Fisch. ex Sweet synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(2 of 6) Densely prickly canes of rupincola. Photographed March 27, 2015 at "Rose Woods".
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<i>Rosa spinosissima</i> L. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Theatrum Botanicum", by John Parkinson, 1640, p. 1018 as Rosa Pimpinella sive Pomifera minor Courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library
Uploaded 14 MAY
<i>Rosa rupincola</i> Fisch. ex Sweet synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(3 of 6) Rosa myriacantha, Redoute's "Rosier à Mille-Epines", the Thousand-spined rose, like rupincola is a glandular form of Rosa spinosissima.
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<i>Rosa spinosissima</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Theatrum Botanicum", by John Parkinson, 1640, p. 1018 as Rosa campestris flore albo odore Courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library
Uploaded 14 MAY
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