|Etymology||Genus||False (Notho) Cissus (a genus in the same family)|
|Species||Spike-bearing, referring to the inflorescences|
|Synonyms||Ampelocissus spicifer (Griff.) Merr., Cissus spicifera Griff.|
|Common Names||False Cissus Vine|
|Native Distribution||Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, and Borneo|
Nothocissus spicifera is a woody climber with leaf opposite tendrils, and leaves with mildly toothed margins.
Form of Nothocissus spicifera in the Central Catchment Nature Reserve near Upper Seletar Reservoir.
An overhanging branch.
A young leaf, which is slightly glossy. Heart-shaped base may not be present.
Tendril growing opposite the leaf.