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Australian Plant Census
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Species presence
 Recorded In Australia

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Cissus hypoglauca is a large woody vine. The name water-vine comes from the fact that the woody sections of the vine may be cut into sections and the sap that drips from the sections may be drunk as water. The leaves are palmate , and are usually arranged in a group of five. Leaves elliptic or ovate in shape, slightly toothed or entire. ... source: Wikipedia

Online resources

Australian Plant Image Index
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Citizen Science
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Customary Medicinal Knowledgebase
Morphology, Habitat, Author, Synonym
Encyclopedia of Life
Plant NET Flora Online
Distribution Map
Plants of the NSW South Coast & ACT - Don and Betty Wood
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Species Lists

Subtropical Lowland Rainforest Species List (as defined under EPBC listing)
Queensland : Conservation Status
taxonId: 17647
Kingdom: plants
Class: higher dicots
Family: Vitaceae
scientificNameAuthorship: A.Gray
status: Least concern wildlife
sourceStatus: Least concern wildlife
QLD_NCA_status: C
QLD_NCA_status_description: Least concern wildlife
Endemicity: U
Endemicity_description: Native to Queensland - endemicity not defined
Census of the Queensland Flora 2015 - Vascular plants
Phylum: Flowering plants
Family: Vitaceae
Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne holdings (2010)
Family: Vitaceae
Genus: Cissus
Specific epithet: hypoglauca
Common_Name: Jungle Grape
Count: 1

Names and sources

Accepted name Source
Cissus hypoglauca


Synonyms Source
Cissus australasica F.Muell. F.Muell. F.Muell.
Published in: Mueller, F.J.H. von 1854, Definitions of rare or hitherto undescribed Australian plants, chiefly collected within the boundaries of the colony of Victoria. Transactions of the Philosophical Society of Victoria 1 5-24
Vitis hypoglauca (A.Gray) F.Muell. (A.Gray) F.Muell. (A.Gray) F.Muell.
Published in: Mueller, F.J.H. von 1862, Thalamiflorae. The Plants Indigenous to the Colony of Victoria 1 1-242, pl. 1-12
Nothocissus hypoglauca (A.Gray) Latiff (A.Gray) Latiff (A.Gray) Latiff
Published in: Latiff, A. 2001, Folia Malaysiana 2(3)
Cissus australasica F.Muell.
Published in: Mueller, F.J.H. von 1854, Second General Report of the Government Botanist on the Vegetation of the Colony. Victoria - Parliamentary Papers- Votes and Proceedings of the Legislative Assembly 1-20
Vitis hypoglauca (A.Gray) F.Muell.
Published in: Bailey, F.M. 1913, Comprehensive Catalogue of Queensland Plants

Common Names

Common name Source
Five-Leaved Water Vine
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Giant Water Vine
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Jungle Grape
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Native Grapes
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Water Vine
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White-Leaved Water Vine
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Gippsland Grape
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Native Grape
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Working classification

Cissus hypoglauca  Recorded in Australia

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