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OldWrangler wrote: This seems to be a native vine but I can't find it in any of my books. Y'all are always so good at plant ID. Maybe you can help. These are long vines growing in full sun. When a leaf is removed the plant "bleeds" a white , sticky liquid very much like a Ficus does when cut. The pictures show a full vine, leaf arrangement and a close up of both sides of the leaf.
I can't tell if it has ever flowered as there are no dead buds, flowers or berries.This probably an easy one but I can't find it....what do you think.