Lonicera sempervirens Thunb., Caprifoliaceae
Common name: Trumpet honeysuckle.

Voucher: Kostadinov 153, (URV)

Brief description: A woody twiner. Leaves are narrowly oblong to broadly oval, simple, opposite, pinnately veined, glaucous and glabrous, margins sometimes toothed to lobed. The uppermost leaf pair is  fused into a rhombic-elliptic disk. Flowers are perfect, 1-4 whorled, the corolla red. Fruits are a few-seeded berry. 

Campus data: Very rare in the wild on campus. A couple of individuals encountered. 

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