Rubus mortensenii has sharply angular reddish turions with thorns from 2–4 mm long. The limb has regular rounded teeth. The final leaflet has a clearly distinct apex, long and thin, around 15 mm. Its upper face has between 5-100 hairs per cm². Its lower face meanwhile, is greyish-green to gray in color. The bright pink flowers are eight to ten millimeters long.
Distribution and habitatEdit
It is native to Sweden, Denmark and Germany. The species is common, occurring on non-calcareous soil, in thickets, clearings and the edges of wood.
- "Rubus mortensenii E.H.L.Krause", Plants of the World Online, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, retrieved 2019-04-12