Parthenocissus quinquefolia

Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planch., Monogr. Phan. 5: 448 1887. (syn: Ampelopsis cirrhata hort.; Ampelopsis engelmanni Hort. ex Rehder; Ampelopsis hederacea (Ehrh.) DC.; Ampelopsis hederacea var. murorum Focke; Ampelopsis hirsuta Donn; Ampelopsis latifolia Tausch; Ampelopsis macrophylla Hort. ex Dippel; Ampelopsis major Hort. ex Vilmorin; Ampelopsis pubescens Schltdl.; Ampelopsis quinquefolia (L.) Michx.; Ampelopsis quinquefolia var. angustifolia Dippel; Ampelopsis roylei Hort. ex Dippel; Ampelopsis saint-paulii Hort. ex Rehder; Ampelopsis serrata Hort. ex Vilmorin; Ampelopsis virginiana Hort. ex Dippel; Cissus hederacea (Ehrh.) Pers.; Cissus hirsuta Steud.; Cissus pubescens (Schltdl.) Walp.; Cissus quinquefolia (L.) Desf.; Hedera carnosa W.Bartram; Hedera quinquefolia L.; Parthenocissus engelmannii Koehne & Graebn. ex Graebn.; Parthenocissus hederacea (Ehrh.) Druce; Parthenocissus hirsuta (Pursh) Graebn.; Parthenocissus pubescens (Schltdl.) Graebn.; Parthenocissus quinquefolia var. hirsuta (Pursh) Planch.; Parthenocissus quinquefolia var. murorum (Focke) Rehder; Parthenocissus quinquefolia var. saintpaulii (Koehne ex Graebn.) Rehder; Parthenocissus radicantissima Koehne & Graebn. ex Graebn.; Parthenocissus saint-paulii Koehne & Graebn. ex Graebn.; Psedera hirsuta Greene; Psedera quinquefolia (L.) Greene; Psedera quinquefolia var. murorum (Focke) Rehder; Quinaria hederacea (Ehrh.) Rafin.; Quinaria hirsuta (Pursh) Rafin.; Quinaria hirsuta (Pursh) Rafin.; Vitis hederacea Ehrh.; Vitis pubescens (Schltdl.) Miq.; Vitis quinquefolia (L.) Lam.);      

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American-ivy, Five-leaf-ivy, Virginia-creeper, Woodbine; 


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Botanical Garden near Cheshmashahi on June 26, 2010; Parthenocissus quiquefolia from Kashmir - efloraofindia | Google Groups

 
Seen in Atlanta.
Common name Virginia Creeper.

yes. if you photographed it in fall, reddish tinge would be expected
This was seen earlier during my visit.
Not after the leaves started changing color. 

 
Parthenocissus inserta from Mississauga, Canada-GS13102020-1 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Parthenocissus inserta (A.Kern.) Fritsch
Syn: P. vitacea (Knerr.) Hitchc.
A scrambling climber, usually spreading over trees and walls (closely clinging in P. quinquifolia due to adhesive discs at tips of 6 or more branched tendrils) due to pointed tips of less than 6-branched tendrils usually lacking adhesive tips, leaves lustrous (vs opaque), inflorescence dichotomously branched without central axis (vs infl with central axis with diverging branches), berries 8-12 mm in diam. (vs 5-8 mm diam).
Clicked from along Burnhampthorpe Road, Mississauga, Canada, 29-8-2019. 

POWO considers it (Parthenocissus inserta (A.Kern.) Fritsch) to be a syn. of Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planch.

… we have to decide which database we are following
Flora of North America treats them distinct
World Flora Online treats them distinct
Catalogue of Life treats them distinct
TPL treats them distinct
Thanks, … As we have discussed in the past, none of them can be followed all the time. We have to follow depending on the merit in each case. 

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Wild Creeper for ID : Niagara Falls, New York : 30NOV17 : AK-41 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Again seen near the falls in June.
Cissus Species?
Cissus pentaphylla?
Experts kindly validate 
Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planch. ???

If Parthenocissus then it is surely P. inserta
This is what I have been writing on an online forum where, numerous such uploads are being shared.
Leaves lustrous, Please look for tendrils if branches are less than 6 and tips pointed (not with discs), inflorescence dichotomous it could be P. inserta.
If branches six or more with adhesive tips, inflorescence racemose, leaves dull then P. quinquefolia.
It is same !
POWO considers it (Parthenocissus inserta (A.Kern.) Fritsch) to be a syn. of Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planch.
… we have to decide which database we are following
Flora of North America treats them distinct
World Flora Online treats them distinct
Catalogue of Life treats them distinct
TPL treats them distinct
Thanks, … As we have discussed in the past, none of them can be followed all the time. We have to follow depending on the merit in each case. 


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