Apocynaceae Trachelospermum difforme - climbing dogbane

Category: Photo Fact Sheets Created: Wednesday, 27 October 2010 Last Updated: Monday, 19 August 2013

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  • Apocynaceae Trachelospermum difforme - climbing dogbane: Milky latex that exudes when leaves are removed while the sap flows.Apocynaceae Trachelospermum difforme - climbing dogbane: Milky latex that exudes when leaves are removed while the sap flows.
  • Apocynaceae Trachelospermum difforme - climbing dogbane: Leaf, opposite, simple, rounder than Gelsemium sempervirens, not as fuzzy as Lonicera japonica, wet site.Apocynaceae Trachelospermum difforme - climbing dogbane: Leaf, opposite, simple, rounder than Gelsemium sempervirens, not as fuzzy as Lonicera japonica, wet site.
  • Apocynaceae Trachelospermum difforme - climbing dogbane: Leaf, opposite, simple, rounder than Gelsemium sempervirens, not as fuzzy as Lonicera japonica, wet site.Apocynaceae Trachelospermum difforme - climbing dogbane: Leaf, opposite, simple, rounder than Gelsemium sempervirens, not as fuzzy as Lonicera japonica, wet site.
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