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The western serviceberry is a native member of the rose family that grows as a small compact shrub. If North America was divided diagonally NW/SE - this service berry would be common in the NW part - especially in Western Canada. This one was photographed in its extreme southern range in Northwestern Wyoming.
- © 2011
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