[ vaksˈɪni͡əm ˈaʃe͡ɪ], [ vaksˈɪniəm ˈaʃeɪ], [ v_a_k_s_ˈɪ_n_iə_m ˈa_ʃ_eɪ]
Related words: Vaccinium Ashei, Vaccinium erythrocotyloides, Vaccinium pedicellatum, Vaccinium erythrocotyloides, Vaccinium bracteatum, Vaccinium erythrocotyloides, Vaccinium macrocarpon
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How to use "Vaccinium ashei" in context?
The Vaccinium Ashei is a rare species of blueberry found only in eastern North America and New Zealand. Named for American botanist Asa Gray, the Vaccinium Ashei is a member of the bilberry family and the smallest of the blueberry species. Unlike other blueberry species, the Vaccinium Ashei does not produce large fruit. The fruit is about the size of a lupine seed and is dark blue with a few green specks. The fruit is sweet and usually consumed raw, though it can be cooked and added to dishes.
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