Asian Bittersweet . . . (Celastrus orbiculatus) A highly invasive weed of
North American forests. Upon ripening, the fruits split open, revealing three
red-orange arils that contain the seeds. Very similar to the native American
Bittersweet (flowers at tips), with which it can form hybrids.
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(Photograph was made Sunday, the 16th of November, 2003)
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