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- The type specimen of Rubus fruticosus L., which is also the type specimen of the genus Rubus. This specimen is considered to match the species R. plicatus, in Rubus subgenus Rubus, section Rubus.
- Linnaeus' original description of the species which was based on a mixture of specimens now considered to match Rubus ulmifolius and R. plicatus
- a species aggregate Rubus fruticosus agg. that includes most of a group called either Rubus subgenus Rubus or Rubus section Rubus:
- in a narrow sense, sometimes separated as the section Glandulosus, with about 289 microspecies. In this sense the species aggregate does not include the type of the genus Rubus, which is a hybrid.
- in a broad sense including subgenus Rubus sections Glandulosus, Rubus (about 20 microspecies), and Corylifolii (about 24 microspecies). Section Rubus are probably hybrids involving members of section Glandulosus with either R. idaeus or R. allegheniensis. Section Corylifolii are probably hybrids involving members of section Glandulosus with R. caesius.
- even more broadly as a nomen ambiguum and applied to the entire subgenus (or section) Rubus
- Farr, E. R. and G. Zijlstra, ed. (1996+), Index Nominum Genericorum, Smithsonian Institution, retrieved 15 May 2015 Check date values in:
- USDA GRIN Taxonomy: entry for Rubus plicatus Weihe & Nees, retrieved 15 May 2015
- Stace, C. (2010). New flora of the British Isles. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0521707725.
- USDA GRIN Taxonomy: entry for Rubus fruticosus auct. aggr., retrieved 15 May 2015
- Jarvis, C.E. (1992). "Seventy-Two Proposals for the Conservation of Types of Selected Linnaean Generic Names, the Report of Subcommittee 3C on the Lectotypification of Linnaean Generic Names". Taxon 41 (3): 552–583. doi:10.2307/1222833. JSTOR 1222833.
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