PlantsFlowering PlantsGrape FamilyGrape — Genus Vitis
Leaves simple. Fruit is a fleshy berry with 2-4 seeds.
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Mapleleaf Grape —  Vitis acerifolia [1]
Tendrils branched. Leaves at most shallowly lobed.
Summer Grape
Summer Grape —  Vitis aestivalis [1,2]
Tendrils branched. Leaves whitish below, may be deeply lobed.
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Canyon Grape —  Vitis arizonica [1]
Summer Grape
Summer Grape —  Vitis cinerea [1,2]
Leaf blades often wider than long, at most shallowly lobed. Leaf base shape is variable. Flowering May-Jun. Fruiting Sep-Nov.
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Sweet Mountain Grape —  Vitis monticola [1]
Tendrils branched. Leaves at most shallowly lobed.
Mustang Grape
Mustang Grape —  Vitis mustangensis [1,2]
Leaves whitish below.
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Catbird Grape —  Vitis palmata [1]
Tendrils branched. Leaves deeply lobed, petioles red.
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Riverbank Grape —  Vitis riparia [3]
Tendrils branched. Leaf shape variable, some may be deeply lobed. Petioles glabrous.
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Muscadine —  Vitis rotundifolia [1]
Tendrils not branched.
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Sand Grape —  Vitis rupestris [1]
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Wine Grape —  Vitis vinifera [1]
Fox Grape
Fox Grape —  Vitis vulpina [1,2]
Tendrils branched. Leaves longer than wide, at most shallowly lobed. Leaf base U-shaped. Petioles with or without hairs. Flowering Apr-May. Fruiting Oct-Nov.
Evidence that species is found in Texas:
  1. USDA Plants Database, advanced search for Texas plants from the United States Department of Agriculture.
  2. Rick's iNaturalist observations, nature observations of Richard K. Murphy. Identifications are not necessarily confirmed by other users.
  3. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Texas, Volume 1, B.L. Turner, Holly Nichols, Geoffrey Denny and Oded Doron, Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT), Fort Worth, Texas, 2003.