|Common name: Common poison-ivy.
Voucher: Kostadinov 217, (URV)
Brief description: A climbing or straggling vine, producing abundant
aerial roots. Leaves are compound, alternate; leaflets are mostly 3,
ovate to elliptic, highly variable -- entire or with a few irregular, pointed
teeth or shallow lobes, pinnately veined; the terminal leaflet long-petiolate,
the others subsessile. Flowers are perfect, in axillary, loose, drooping,
raceme-like, branched inflorescences. Fruits are a white to greenish-yellow
Campus data: Very abundant everywhere in the wild.