Catalan common name : Clemàtide. Herba de llagues. Vidalba. Vidauba.
Spanish common name : Clemátide. Hierba de los pordioseros. Muermera. Parrilla. Sogaza. Vidalba. Vidarra. Vidraria de hojas anchas. Virigaza.
Province distribution : Balearic Islands. Barcelona. Castellón. Gerona. Lérida. Tarragona. Valencia.
Distribution in the islands : Mallorca.
General distribution : Eurosiberian
Flowering time : June. July. August.
Life-forms : Hemicryptophyte.
Habitat : Intermittent watercourses.
Uses and properties : Medicinal. Tòxica.
IUCN Category : Poco preocupante
Characteristics : Of the three Clematis species of the Balearic islands, this one is the most rare, as it can only be found in Mallorca and in very few areas. It can be recognized by its composite leaves which are similar to Clematis flammula, are much larger than those of the other two species and the folioles are dentate (those of Clematis flammula are whole) The flowers are greenish white. Can be sporadically found entwined amongst bushes and trees in shady locations in torrents. Flowers at the end of spring and the beginning of summer.
Status : Alien species.