Smilax species


   
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Three-Nerved Leaves: A climber, 1-2 m long. Leaves 3-nerved like Dioscorea, Cinnamomum, Crawfordia etc. Flowers not seen.  West slope of Mt Slamet, ca 2200 m alt.
ID is requested. 

Yes Smilax, the stipular tendrils are clearly visible. 
Yes, I can see spines in the second photograph. Must be a Smilax. Difficult to confirm the species without Flowers/Fruits! 
I too think that this could be Smilax sp. of Smilacaceae family.
smilax sps commonly called ramdatun   
 
 
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ID Pls - any host for butterfly - seen at saltlake - kolkata: ID Pls - any host for butterfly - seen at saltlake - kolkata
Yes this is Similax sp. as indicated by …