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Clematis aristata (Ranunculaceae) 1:9

 

 
Clematis aristata is a widespread and abundant native climbing species. It is often found in the understorey of wet forest (but rarely in rainforest).   It is similar to another common native species, C. clitoroides, except the leaves tend to be toothed, have three leaflets (rather than 3-5) and the tepals are hairy underneath.

  

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