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fly honeysuckle

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noun
either of two honeysuckle shrubs, Lonicera canadensis, of eastern North America, or L. xylosteum, of Eurasia, having paired yellowish flowers tinged with red.
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Origin of fly honeysuckle

First recorded in 1810–20

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