Also called miskominaga wunj (in Anish­inaa­be­mowin ), and Rubus idaeus (among authors who count them as one species and not two).  Also called a bramble, as are its sister-species in blackberry/raspberry  genus Rubus, and its cousin-species in sister-genus 🌹︎ rose  genus Rosa — all with many prickles along their stems.

Despite its common name, botanically, its fruit is not a berry, but an "aggregate".

Part of blackberry/raspberry  genus Rubus in 🌹︎ rose  family Rosaceae in 🍎︎ apple / 🍇︎ berry / buckthorn / elm / hemp / 🌹︎ rose  order Rosales.

Native to much of North America.   Cultivated and invasive in temperate areas a lot farther south.

Uses by native peoples
(Ethnobotany database)
 

Learn more about ◼︎ American red raspberry Rubus strigosus

🔍︎ 🔍︎ images Discover Life Encyclopedia of Life Michigan Flora Minnesota Wildflowers (Rubus idaeus) Missouri Botanical Garden (Rubus idaeus) Flora of North America NRCS PLANTS db USFS (Rubus idaeus) Wikipedia