Impossible???


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Sorry, I cant take a photo, cant have my cell phone with me at work. Behind our building there is a forested area with very tall trees. In among many of them is some sort of vine with red-orange trumpet like flowers. the vines are VERY long sometimes covering a 40ft tree (may be several vines I suppose). Any idea what this might be? Maybe if I have some names I can Google it. Just curious as the flowers are rather pretty. I assume its native (NW Florida) and appears rather invasive.

I know its a long shot, its been bugging me since I noticed the flowers though!
 
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The others that spring to mind are Bougainvillea, and in Florida, maybe Bignonia or Hamelia ?
 
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well, not so impossible after all it seems! From what I can tell that looks correct. Looks like I was right, it is rather invasive as well as native here. Thanks.
 
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