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CLEMATIS (Clematis glycinoides )
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Clematis glycinoides

Clematis glycinoides      Family RANUNCULACEAE

A soft‑wooded, low creeper over the ground and small bushes, with distinct soft, light green leaves with margins toothed. Reasonably common from sea level to 500m, e.g. Goat House, Intermediate Hill. This species is also found in Australia, New Caledonia and Lesser Sunda Islands. The genus has some 250 species in mainly temperate to cold regions.


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