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Looks clearly like a cherry, but might not be an edible one. The fruit is a bit ambiguous, but the leaf is a perfect match. The stem is also very telling.

A clarification on language: The sweet black cherry sold in the market is not the only fruit called "cherry". There are many types of cherry, and while I am quite sure the picture depicts one of these, I can't promise that it is a tasty, edible cherry. It is certainly not the sweet black type. It may be a chokecherry, as mentioned in the comments; botanically, this would still be a cherry, just like a cantaloupe is still a melon. Or it may be any other of a number of edible and inedible cherries.

Looks clearly like a cherry. The fruit is a bit ambiguous, but the leaf is a perfect match. The stem is also very telling.

A clarification on language: The sweet black cherry sold in the market is not the only fruit called "cherry". There are many types of cherry, and while I am quite sure the picture depicts one of these, I can't promise that it is a tasty, edible cherry. It is certainly not the sweet black type. It may be a chokecherry, as mentioned in the comments; botanically, this would still be a cherry, just like a cantaloupe is still a melon. Or it may be any other of a number of edible and inedible cherries.

Looks clearly like a cherry, but might not be an edible one. The fruit is a bit ambiguous, but the leaf is a perfect match. The stem is also very telling.

A clarification on language: The sweet black cherry sold in the market is not the only fruit called "cherry". There are many types of cherry, and while I am quite sure the picture depicts one of these, I can't promise that it is a tasty, edible cherry. It is certainly not the sweet black type. It may be a chokecherry, as mentioned in the comments; botanically, this would still be a cherry, just like a cantaloupe is still a melon. Or it may be any other of a number of edible and inedible cherries.

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Looks clearly like a cherry. The fruit is a bit ambiguous, but the leaf is a perfect match. The stem is also very telling.

A clarification on language: The sweet black cherry sold in the market is not the only fruit called "cherry". There are many types of cherry, and while I am quite sure the picture depicts one of these, I can't promise that it is a tasty, edible cherry. It is certainly not the sweet black type. It may be a chokecherry, as mentioned in the comments; botanically, this would still be a cherry, just like a cantaloupe is still a melon. Or it may be any other of a number of edible and inedible cherries.

Looks clearly like a cherry. The fruit is a bit ambiguous, but the leaf is a perfect match.

Looks clearly like a cherry. The fruit is a bit ambiguous, but the leaf is a perfect match. The stem is also very telling.

A clarification on language: The sweet black cherry sold in the market is not the only fruit called "cherry". There are many types of cherry, and while I am quite sure the picture depicts one of these, I can't promise that it is a tasty, edible cherry. It is certainly not the sweet black type. It may be a chokecherry, as mentioned in the comments; botanically, this would still be a cherry, just like a cantaloupe is still a melon. Or it may be any other of a number of edible and inedible cherries.

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Looks clearly like a cherry. The fruit is a bit ambiguous, but the leaf is a perfect match.