D Smith, F Leist, R Truit, J Baxter, L Webb
C Kellner, S Whelan, R Schneider, A Gossel, Whitney, Krueger, C Haggerty, S Kawachi
very small leaves, 3 - 6" tAll, part shade
Single plant growing along a rocky ledge under shrubs. No fruits apparent.
Leaves not connate below the inflorescence. A trailing or climbing vine. Fruit black.
The Caprifoliaceae or honeysuckle family are a clade consisting of about 800dicotyledonous flowering plants, with a nearly cosmopolitan distribution; centres of diversity are found in eastern North America and eastern Asia, while they are absent in tropical and southern Africa.