Common Name: Zehneria
Chamorro Name: Ahgaga
Form: A slender glabrous climber of creeper, monoecious.
Stem: Slender, elongate, slucate-angular, and glabrous. Tendrils are threadlike and simple up to 15 cm.
Leaves: Slender petiole, broadly ovate, 4-8cm x 4-8cm, membranous, scabrous, basal sinus semicircular, rarely hastate, somewhat 3-5 lobed, margin irreguarly denticulate, acute apex, and tip shortly acuminate. Darker green on top side and lighter green bottom side
Flower: Male flowers in racemes, corolla white to pale yellow 5 mm long; female flowers solitary
Fruit: Freshy, globose, purplish-black when ripe, ovate-oblong, 1-3 cm x 7-10 mm
Seed: Numerous, flat, grey-white, ovate-oblong, very tiny 4 x 2 mm and 0.5 mm thick
Propagation: Seed or stem cutting
Habitat: Near coasts on limestone, in partial shade, creeping or climbing