Pueraria lobata

Pueraria lobata

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Caption: Kudzu vine (Pueraria lobata). This vine is an invasive pest in the Southern United States where it's growth causes problems with roads, bridges and power lines as well as overwhelming the native flora. The ground up roots are used as a starchy thickening agent in Japanese cuisine.

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