Rubus calycinoides

Rubus calycinoides Kuntze, Meth. Sp. Rubus 67, 78 & 83 (1879). (syn: Rubus bhotanensis Kuntze; Rubus darschilingensis Kuntze; Rubus diffisus Focke; Rubus fallax Kuntze; Rubus himalaicus Kuntze; Rubus moluccanus var. calycinoides (Kuntze) Kuntze; Rubus subherbaceus Kuntze);

Nepal, N-India, Bhutan, Sikkim, Darjeeling as per Catalogue of Life;

Large scrambling shrub, stems brownish pubescent and with scattered short recurved prickles, eglandular. Leaves broadly ovate or suborbicular, 10-20cm long and broad, base cordate, 3-5-lobed or with a few additional minor lobes, lobes acute, sharply serrate, stiffly pilose to subglabrous and often rugose above beneath; petioles 4-9cm, with recurved prickles; stipules ovate, 1.5-2cm, deeply toothed or laciniate, often persistent. Flowers in axillary clusters oe short racemes up to 6cm. Pedicels 8-15mm. Bracts elliptic, 1-1.5cm, toothed at apex. Calyx lobes triangular, 10-12mm, brownish or yellowish sericeous, often toothed on margins. Petals white, equalling calyx lobes. Fruits red, drupelets 40-50.
Fl. June-August
Subtropical and warm broad-leaved forest margins.
(Attributions- A.C.J Grierson & D.G Long. Flora of Bhutan. Published by RBGE. 1987)
SK 2233 20 October 2019 : 7 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2) - 4 & 3 mb.
Location: Tarakeswar, Okharpauwa, Kathmandu
Date: 17 October 2019
Elevation: 1471 m.
Habit : Wild
Some friend suggested Rubus kumaonensis N.P.Balakr. !

Please note the shape of stipule and down pointing spikes.
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Pl. check in GBIF and other references at Rubus calycinus

No ... R. calcynus is creeping herb but it is climbing erect shrub.

Being a shrub, I reworked with keys in Flora of Nepal - online account, which lead me to Rubus calycinoides.
It seems to match as per specimen in GBIF. Also see another specimen.
Thank you ... I cross checked with FoN.
SK 2297 18 November 2019 : 8 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2) - 2 & 4 mb.
Location: Chisapani, Kathmandu
Date: 01 October  2019
Elevation: 2103 m.
Habit : Wild
Which Rubus ?

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Both R.rugosa and R.calycinoides both appear quite close as per keys in Online Flora of Nepal
However, I feel it is more closer to R.calycinoides rather than R.rugosa, due to
1. Habit being Erect and arching compared to climbing and scandent of R.rugosa
2. Stipule being lacerate
3. Fruiting period being Oct.- Dec. compared to July to Sept. of R.rugosa

Thank you ... I cross checked with FoN.

… email on Creepers reminded me that two creepers remained unposted for ID. Here is the first one.
Looks like Ampelocissus tomentosa form Vitaceae
Can not say with this images weather it is Ampelocissus tomentosa (B.Heyne & Roth) Planch. or some other species.
Looks like Rubus calycinoides Kuntze !