Campsis radicans


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Synonyms for Campsis radicans

a North American woody vine having pinnate leaves and large red trumpet-shaped flowers

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Bidens cernua, Ipomoea pandurata, Campsis radicans, and Vitis spp.
Campsis radicans, and Toxicodendron radicans were the only woody vines that were abundant and were restricted to the understory.
5 Prune shrubs such as spireas, tamarisk, Campsis radicans and callicarpa.
The male component of fitness has been assessed in Campsis radicans (Bertin, 1982), Calathea ovandensis (Horvitz and Schemske, 1988), Cassia fasiculata (Lee and Bazzaz, 1982), Agave mckelveyana (Sutherland and Delph, 1984), and Lithopsermum caroliniense (Weller, 1980).
With the exception of Campsis radicans and a large colony of Ceanothus americanus, all woody vines, shrubs, and trees, occurred along the fenced border.
For example, Campsis radicans (trumpet creeper), a hummingbird food plant, is an abundant plant in today's midwestern agricultural landscape and could provide corridors of food sources favoring hummingbird foraging between isolated prairie patches.
In Cassia fasciculata the size of the pollen load had a significant effect on progeny performance only under competitive conditions (Lee and Hartgerink, 1986), while in Campsis radicans the size of the pollen load had a significant effect on only one measure of progeny performance (percent germination) (Bertin, 1990).
Frequent to abundant woody species in Wesley Wet Area include Acer saccharinum, Campsis radicans, Cercis canadensis, Elaeagnus umbellata, Fraxinus pennsylvanica, Populus deltoides, Rosa setigera, and Salix nigra.
saccharum, Campsis radicans, Elaeagnus umbellata, Fraxinus pennsylvanica, Gleditsia triacanthos, Platanus occidentalis, Rosa multiflora, R.
The two smaller fields, Small Field and Wrigley Field, that lie within North Woods, are dominated by grasses, such as Festuca elatior and bulrush (Scirpus atrovirens), as well as shrubs, such as Campsis radicans, Elaeagnus umbellata, Rosa spp.