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Sambucus nigra L. subsp. peruviana (Kunth) Bolli (current name)
It is a medium-sized, spreading tree or shrub, of the elderberry genus Sambucus.
It is one of the few elderberry species that can be eaten uncooked, and its primary use by humans is as a fruit. Similar to some other elderberry species, the fruits can also be made into jams, syrups, and wines; and the flowers can be made into fritters.
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