Hippophae rhamnoides ?

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BubikolRamios
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Hippophae rhamnoides ?

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http://agrozoo.net/jsp/Galery_one_image ... 7c7799e829 can't be anything else (shrub, like 2 m) ?
I mean at http://agrozoo.net/jsp/Galery_one_image ... e56af686d4 and every other image on net berries are more dense together, on shorter stalks.
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Kraichgauer
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Re: Hippophae rhamnoides ?

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No. 1 is Pyracantha coccinea. Both can hardly be confused. Regards, Michael
BubikolRamios
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Re: Hippophae rhamnoides ?

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Thanks.

Wiki says Hippophae rhamnoides should also have thorns. Only image that I can find showing that
https://futureforests.ie/collections/un ... hamn-hergo

Looks similar to me (comparing images) except before mentioned longer fruit stalks (Haven't seen Hippophae rhamnoides personally yet).

moved here:
http://agrozoo.net/gallery/Pyracantha-coccinea
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abeja
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Re: Hippophae rhamnoides ?

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Hi,
you looked only at fruits and thorns ...
But even the fruits are different, pyracantha has racemes, the single fruit has calyx remnants.
Hippophae flowers are without petals and sepals (therefore no calyx remants), the fruits are single but often crowded.

But for me the main feature to recognize members of eleagnaceae (without flowers or fruits) are the scales, those brown or silvery dots. (Pyracantha has got evergreen crenate leaves, no hairs or scales).
http://www.blumeninschwaben.de/Hauptgru ... nddorn.htm

I made a riddle here (Hippophae), showing some details later on:
www.baumkunde.de/forum/viewtopic.php?t=25433
Viele Grüße von abeja
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