Lonicera implexa

Honeysuckle (Lonicera implexa) is a liana with bluish and perennial leaves and colorful flowering that untangles the holm-oak forest. Their attractive red fruits contain substances that are toxic for the human; they are fleshy, ovoid and 7-8 mm length.
The leaves of honeysucke are arranged in opposite pairs and welded. From time to time, a rare individual with the leaves in clumps of 3 is found, as seen in photo 6th.

[photos Florenci Vallès (1st, 2nd), Marta Queralt López Salvans (3ª) and Jordi Badia (4th, 5th and 6th)]