Clematis terniflora DC., Ranunculaceae
Common name: Yam-leaved clematis.

Voucher: Kostadinov 102, (URV)

Brief description: A vine with a somewhat woody, climbing stem 2-3 m. Leaves are odd-pinnately compound, opposite; leaflets are mostly 5, triangular-ovate to broadly ovate, entire or rarely with an entire lobe, glabrous, margins entire. Flowers are mostly perfect, numerous, white, fragrant, in panicles. Fruits are a flattened, glabrous to minutely hairy achene. 

Campus data: Very rare in the wild on campus, on the edges of woods.