Shrubs with Compound Leaves )
Honeysuckle Family (Caprifoliaceae)
Habitat: Western Slope Montane
Height: Up to 3-4 m
Description: Occasionally found on the western slopes, this shrub can has compound leaves with 5 leaflets. The leaflets, between 5-13 cm long, taper towards a narrow tip, and the margin is toothed. They join the branch in an opposite manner. The white flowers form in a dense, erect, terminal clusters. Each individual flower will be replaced by a red, inedible berry approximately 5-6 mm in diametre.
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