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Berberis negeriana is a species of barberry, native and endemic to an extremely small area in coastal range of Bio-Bio Region in Chile. Common name include Neger's Barberry and (Chilean Spanish) Michay de Neger.
It is an evergreen thorny shrub growing to 2 to 3 m (6 ft 7 in to 9 ft 10 in) tall. Its flowers are yellow. It is considered as a threatened woody shrub and only two natural populations are known, nearby the city of Concepción, Chile.
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