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Smilax californica

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Smilacaceae
Scientific name  Smilax californica
Order  Liliales
Genus  Smilax
Rank  Species
Similar  Smilax jamesii, Smilax melastomifolia, Smilax auriculata, Smilax pseudochina, Smilax ecirrhata

Smilax californica, the California greenbriar, is a common woody vine native to northern California and southwestern Oregon in the western United States.

The leaves are dull green, petioled, alternate, and circular to heart-shaped. They are generally 5–10 cm long. The stems are round, green and have sharp spines.

The plant is native to coniferous streambanks below 5000 feet.

References

Smilax californica Wikipedia


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