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Plant Form: Woody climber.
Size: Climbs up to 30 m high.
Stem: Young stems green and hairless, progressing to woody and up to 15 cm thick at maturity.
Leaves: Claw shaped 3-17 mm long, oppositely-arranged and hairless with pointed tips.
Flowers: Bright yellow tubular flowers, often with fine reddish lines inside.
Fruit and Seeds: Long glossy green, strap like capsules 15-50 cm long, with numerous papery seeds.
Habitat: Along waterways, and in disturbed rainforest and roadsides.
Distinguishing Features: Claw-like tendrils and showy flowers.
Environmental, Invasive Garden Escapee