Common Name: 
Virginia Creeper

About 10 species of deciduous woody vines with tendrils that are often tipped with adhesive disks.  Leaves alternate, simple or compound (palmate).  Flowers small, bisexual or unisexual, 4-5 petals, stamens short and erect, in clusters.  Native to North America, east Asia, and Himalaya.
Parthenocissus: from the Greek parthenos, virgin, and kissos, ivy.  Parthenos is an allusion to its English vernacular name, Virginia Creeper. The state of Virginia was named after England's virgin queen Elizabeth I (Stearn, 1996).

Vitaceae (Grape Family)