Piper sylvestre - A slender, terrestrial vine. Leaf lamina 6 – 15 X 3 – 7 cm, 1.2 to 2.5 times longer than broad, broadly ovate, ovate, or elliptical, less commonly ovate-lanceolate; obtuse, rounded or very shallowly cordate at the base, mostly rather abruptly short-acuinate at the apex, the acume about 1 cm long. Flowers rather distant, dioecious. Berries distsnt, globose, often silvery scaly, with thin, scarcely fleshy pericarp, green or blackish when ripe.
|Scientific Name||Piper sylvestre|
|English Name||Wild pepper|
|Conservation Status||Least Concerned (NCS) 2012|