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no photo right now..maybe later..red berry..looks kinda like a small flattish raspberry with a circle of the red spheres around a center spot..and the leaves look like a raspberry leaves but there are only like 2 sets and they grow very close to the ground..flowers are white..similar to raspberry..as well..

picked and put in ron's pocket..but lost it before we could get it here to id..but our books don't have it in them.
 
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Rubus is a large genus.  For instance:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubus

Maybe your local Cooperative Extension Service could identify it for you.  http://www.csrees.usda.gov/Extension/

Fashion doesn't matter.  Clothes without pockets are useless. 
 
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