Puneet Varma

Cayratia clematidea

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Vitaceae
Scientific name  Cayratia clematidea
Order  Vitales
Genus  Cayratia
Rank  Species
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Similar  Cayratia, Cayratia acris, Parsonsia straminea, Eustrephus, Cayratia eurynema

Cayratia clematidea slender grape


Cayratia clematidea, known as the Native Grape or Slender Grape, is a common Australian vine in the grape family. Growing in or on the edges of rainforest, from the Shoalhaven River gorges north to Queensland. Tendrils form opposite the leaf.

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Cayratia clematidea has compound leaves with a terminal leaflet. Usually five toothed leaflets. 1 to 8 cm long. 5 mm to 40 mm wide. Small greenish flowers occur in summer. The grape is shiny black, 5 to 7 mm in diameter.

References

Cayratia clematidea Wikipedia


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