Thornless, nonevergreen vines, usually with lobed or nearly lotted leaves, which climb l>y green twining stems.
) REDBERRY MOONSEED, Coccutus rarolinus p. 188
Thickets; sc. Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, and sc. Kansas to Florida and Texas.
CUPSEED, Calycocarpum lyoni p. 188
Fertile soils; Kentucky, s, Illinois, and e. Kansas to Florida and Louisiana.
^ (CANADA MOONSEED, Menispennum catuuleiise p. 189
Stream hunks; w. New England, w, Quebec, and so. Manitoba to Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.
Fruits red; seeds crescent-shaped, ridged
Leaves covered with fine hairs beneath, variably shaped
Stems usually quite hairy
Leafstalks mostly under 2" long
Fruits black; seeds crescent-shaped, keeled attached stour
Bases of leaf blades /
not attached to leafstalks
Leafstalks 2"™6" long
Stems hairless or nearly so slender
Fruits black; seeds cup-shaped
Leaves hair/ess deeply shallowly lobed lobed
V. PLATE 37
MISCELLANEOUS VINES WITHOUT TENDRILS
Vines that climb by twining stems or aerial rootlets
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