Generally resembles C. aristata, but adult leaflets with entire margins, prominently 3–7-nerved from base, glossy and rather thin-textured. Sepals glabrous or pubescent, 15–25 mm long; sterile appendage of anther obtuse, to 0.5 mm long. Achenes and awns as in C. aristata. Flowers Aug.–Nov.
EGL, GipP, HSF, VAlp. Occasional in moist, sheltered gullies east from the Dandenong Ranges, but commoner in warm-temperate rainforest from Bairnsdale area eastwards.
Clematis glycinoides var. glycinoides is distinguished from the other subspecies by its ovate or broadly lanceolate leaflets with entire margins.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|East Gippsland Lowlands||present||native|