|Common name: Red mulberry.
Voucher: Kostadinov 104, (URV)
Brief description: A medium-sized, dioecious tree. Plants with milky latex. Leaves are broadly ovate, obovate or subrotund, simple, alternate,entire to less frequently deeply 2-4 lobed, pinnately veined, pubescent beneath, margins serrate-toothed. Flowers are in cylindric catkins. Fruits are multiple, short-cylindric, juicy, dark purple when ripe, edible.
Campus data: Grows only in the wild, not cultivated on campus. Trees are usually small, shrub-like. About 20 individuals on edges of the woods were encountered.