Vine berry identification
I am trying to find out what type of berries these are. First picture - the plant is a vine and has berries clustered at the end of a stiff stem. There are approximately 5 clusters on each vine. The back of the clusters do not have berries - it is like a half sphere of berries.
I was able to identify the second picture as a Nannyberry Viburnum.
Latin: Viburnum lentago. Other common names: blackhaw, sheepberry, sweet viburnum, wild raisin.
Roseau County Minnesota
It is a little tough to see the plant but the picture attached show how the vine wraps around the tree. The vine is woody when dry and very fibrous. Unfortunately the leaves have fallen off the vines so I was not able to get pictures of them. The original vines did have the curly-q tendrils one sees on regular grape plants and the original leaves were approximately 10 cm large. I am almost inclined to think these are some type of grape. I squished on of the fruits and it had five tiny seeds inside, however, the pulp was thicker and stickier than a grape. I included additional pictures of the fruit clusters.
I think I found it using the link you provided. The stems are not prickly and the leaves looked like these (from the picture found on the site). The clusters were not as abundant with berries, however, I believe the plants I found were young.
Smilax lasioneura (Blue Ridge Carrion Flower)
Thank you for your help,