Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine (Lab 2)

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  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Bark on a vine less than 1 inch in diameter.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Bark on a vine less than 1 inch in diameter.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Flower, showy, yellow to orange and red, tubular corolla.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Flower, showy, yellow to orange and red, tubular corolla.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: A tendrilling, high-climbing vine.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: A tendrilling, high-climbing vine.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: A tendrilling, high-climbing vine.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: A tendrilling, high-climbing vine.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Leaves, opposite, trifoliately compound.  Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Leaves, opposite, trifoliately compound. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Leaves, opposite, trifoliately compound.  Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Leaves, opposite, trifoliately compound. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Leaves, opposite, trifoliately compound.  Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Leaves, opposite, trifoliately compound. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Leaves, opposite, trifoliately compound. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Leaves, opposite, trifoliately compound. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Twigs showing opposite, trifoliately compound leaves. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Twigs showing opposite, trifoliately compound leaves. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Twigs showing opposite, trifoliately compound leaves. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Twigs showing opposite, trifoliately compound leaves. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.
  • Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Twigs showing opposite, trifoliately compound leaves. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.Bignoniaceae Bignonia capreolata - crossvine: Twigs showing opposite, trifoliately compound leaves. Two leaflets have a cordate base, the third leaflet is always a tendril.
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