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Plant Form Climbing or scrambling vine. Size Climbs up to 9 m high. Stem Cylindrical, scrambling, covered in fine or sticky hairs. Leaves Alternately arranged 3-10 cm long, usually with 3 pointed lobes, sometimes 5, often heart shaped at base Flowers Pinkish to purple and/or white, typical passionfruit shape. Fruit and Seeds Dry orange berries with prickly and sticky bracts. Habitat Pastures, agricultural land, wasteland, forests, gullies. Distinguishing Features Berries enclosed in sticky bracts, whole plant has unpleasant smell. Impacts Toxic to people and livestock, smothers native vegetation.
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