Snake Withe -Cissus verticillata (synonym C. sicyoides), Vulnerable, Family: VITACEAE, glabrous subwoody vine, showing tendrils and leaf margins with minute teeth. Grand Cayman, June 1, 2005. It also occurs on Little Cayman & Cayman Brac. Distribution: Florida, West Indies and continental tropical America, climbing on trees, rocks and fences.
Flowers and immature fruits. The berries are black when ripe. Grand Cayman Sept.3, 2006.
Photos: Ann Stafford Snake Withe is likely larval food plant of Enyo lugubris, Eumorpha vitis,E. fasciatus & E. labruscae. subwoody vine that climbs on trees, rocks and fences.
FLORA of the CAYMAN ISLANDS by George R. Proctor, 2012, page 473, Plate 41.