Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planchon, Vitaceae
Common name: Woodbine, Virginia creeper.

Voucher: Kostadinov 220, (URV)

Brief description: A climbing vine, adhering to its support by disks at the end of its tendrils.  Leaves are palmately compound, alternate; the leaflets are 5, elliptic to obovate, entire, dull green above and glaucous beneath, margins sharply, distally serrate.  Flowers are perfect or unisexual; the inflorescences form terminal and upper axillary panicles, the flowers in terminal, umbelliform clusters.  Fruits are nearly black, thin-flesh berries. 

Campus data: Common in the wild.

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