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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 distinguish from other Passionflowers (Passiflora species). The whole plant also has an unpleasant smell.
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