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Marina Novak

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May 4, 2020, 6:05:54 PM5/4/20
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Hi everyone

Another vine for ID.

Thanks,

Marina
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Klaus Querengasser

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May 4, 2020, 6:15:45 PM5/4/20
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Looks like  Pleogyne australis, a local native species.

Cheers, Klaus

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John Moss

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May 4, 2020, 7:39:15 PM5/4/20
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Yes agree Klaus, Pleogyne australis (Menispermaceae), similar to Hypserpa decumbens and both in dry vine scrub. There is a large occurrence of the latter in Redwood Park just off the eastern edge of the Toowoomba Range. Fruit mainly borne near the base of adult plants. We found both species there.
I have never seen fruit of Pleogyne but there is a photo of Glenn Leiper's in M2M.

Cheers, John

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