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Parthenocissus tricuspidata
Boston Ivy

The glossy leaves of Boston Ivy are usually three-lobed, but differ greatly in the depth of the sinuses between the lobes (some are so deeply cut as to have three leaflets, while others are heart-shaped with shallow incisions; this image shows the typical intermediate morphology).


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