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What is this shrub?

 
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Can anyone give me an idea what this is? Thanks!
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Ah, sorry, it has blue berries in the summer.
 
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Looks like an elderberry (Sambucus sp.)

I wouldn't know which species, but it certainly resembles other plants in that genus.
 
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That must be it! Thanks!
 
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