Parthenocissus inserta (A. Kern.) Fritsch
Family: Vitaceae
grape woodbine
[Ampelopsis quinquefolia var. vitacea (L.) Michx.,  more]
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Etymology: Parthenocissus: from Greek parthenos, "a virgin," and kissos, "ivy," a genus whose common name is woodbine or virginia creeper, Virginia having been named after England's virgin queen Elizabeth I
Plants: perennial woody vine; stems climbing with few-branched tendrils without adhesive disks
Leaves: palmately divided, shiny green on top
Flowers: greenish; inflorescence appearing broadly rounded, forking at the end into 2 diverging clusters
Conservation Status: Native
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Matthew L. Wagner  
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Michael Clayton  
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Stephen L. Solheim  
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Matthew L. Wagner  
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Stephen L. Solheim  
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