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Ampelopsis arboreaPepper VineVitaceae 20
Ampelopsis brevipedunculataPorcelain Berry, Amur peppervine, Blueberry Climber, Porcelain Berry VineVitaceaeA. heterophylla amurensis. Cissus brevipedunculata.22
Ampelopsis humulifolia VitaceaeCissus davidiana. Vitis davidiana.20
Ampelopsis japonica VitaceaeA. serjaniifolia. Bunge. Paullina japonica. Vitis serjaniifolia.02
Cissus quadrangularisVeldt GrapeVitaceaeCissus tetragona Harv. Vitis quadrangularis (L.) Wall. ex Wight & Arn. Vitis succulenta Galpin24
Parthenocissus himalayana VitaceaeAmpelopsis himalayana.20
Parthenocissus quinquefoliaVirginia Creeper, WoodbineVitaceaeAmpelopsis hederacea. Hedera quinquefolia. Vitis hederacea. V. quinquefolia.22
Parthenocissus tricuspidataBoston Ivy, Japanese Ivy, Japanese CreeperVitaceaeAmpelopsis tricuspidata. A. veitchii.10
Tetrastigma hemsleyanum Vitaceae 02
Vitis acerifoliaBush Grape, Mapleleaf grapeVitaceae 20
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