|Common name: Japanese honeysuckle.
Voucher: Kostadinov 084, (URV)
Brief description: A trailing or climbing vine; the young stems are hairy. Leaves are ovate to oblong, simple, opposite, pinnately veined, glabrescent or hairy, margins sometimes toothed to lobed. Flowers are perfect, in axillary peduncles, the corolla strongly bilabiate, white when younger, creamy later. Fruits are a black, few-seeded berry.
Campus data: Abundant everywhere in the wild, not cultivated. Invasive vines.