Rubus: From the Latin meaning bramblecissoides: ivy-like
Tataramoa, bush lawyer
2012 - Not Threatened
2009 - Not Threatened
2004 - Not Threatened
Rubus cissoides A.Cunn.
Prickly scrambling vine bearing 3-5 radiating leathery narrow toothed and pointed leaflets in each leaf on prickle covered twigs and with small reddish blackberry-like fruit. Leaflets 7-15cm long, teeth small. Flowers white, in a large loose spray to 60cm long.
Vascular - Native
Dicotyledonous Trees & Shrubs
2n = 28
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