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alajones
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What kind of berries are these?
Found growing on a chain link fence in Shreveport. My app says muscadine, but they are too small.

They are about the size of a blueberry. Just from the Internet search I’ve done, they look like elderberry or Pepper vine.



hungryone
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re: What kind of berries are these?
Elderberries grow on bushes, not vines.
Could it be a Virginia creeper vine? Those flower and make berries. Hard to tell from pic if we are talking about a vine or a bush growing along a fence.


alajones
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re: What kind of berries are these?
It’s a vine.


hungryone
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re: What kind of berries are these?
Then they’re definitely not elderberries.
Google virgin creeper.
If it has exclusively leaves clustered in threes, it’s probably Boston ivy. VA creeper can have clusters of three, but mostly it will have leaves in bracts of five.


LSUA 75
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re: What kind of berries are these?
Look like Pepper vine to me.


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re: What kind of berries are these?
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Look like Pepper vine to me.


LSUWoodworker
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re: What kind of berries are these?
Dingle berries


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alajones
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re: What kind of berries are these?
So I’m looking up pepper vines and they have multiple seeds



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re: What kind of berries are these?
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So I’m looking up pepper vines and they have multiple seeds



And?


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re: What kind of berries are these?
If it's a vine it might be wild muscadines. But they're usually a little bigger than a blueberry. Also make an excellent jelly


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Zappas Stache
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re: What kind of berries are these?
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wild muscadines


They have a more oval almost heat shaped leaf.


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alajones
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re: What kind of berries are these?
And these have a single pit


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re: What kind of berries are these?
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And these have a single pit


They can have 1 to 4 seeds.

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Fruit matures in September–October. Fruit first green, then pink or bluish to shiny black at maturity, globe-shaped berries, about ¼ inch long, often with warty dots, in clusters; juicy but not edible. Seeds 1–4.


LINK


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CrawDude
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re: What kind of berries are these?
I agree with the others - Peppervine LINK


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Lord_Ford
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re: What kind of berries are these?
see a very similar post on the Outdoor board

Outdoor board


alajones
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re: What kind of berries are these?
That’s funny


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AlxTgr
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re: What kind of berries are these?
It's pepper vine, and you will be at war soon. It sends roots just under the grass all over the place. Kill it now. Hit it hard.


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BiggerBear
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re: What kind of berries are these?
Its Pepper Vine.


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Pussykat
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re: What kind of berries are these?
Looks likeVirginia Creeper


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alajones
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re: What kind of berries are these?
Any chance these might be mini cherries? I’ve never heard of such a thing, but they have definite pits, not seeds.


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