Vaccinium erythrocarpum var. sinicum (Nakai) Rehder
Vaccinium erythrocarpum var. lasiostemon Hayata
Vaccinium erythrocarpum – also commonly known as mountain blueberry,southern mountain cranberry, bearberry, arando, and dingleberry – is a species of cranberry.
Vaccinium erythrocarpum has an oddly discontinuous distribution, with one subspecies in the southeastern United States and the other in east Asia.
Vaccinium erythrocarpum is a deciduous shrub. Its flowers bloom in June; the individual flowers are hermaphrodite and are pollinated by insects. They produce scarlet, transparent berries. It grows in woodlands and areas of dappled shade.