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please help ID this vine

 
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Hi I found this vine growing up the side of some trees, it has these beautiful orange "berries" on it. The berries are hard. any ideal of what it could be?
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Celastrus scandens - American Bittersweet
 
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Thank you so much! so it looks like you can't eat them but I'm sure I can use them in fall crafts!!
 
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