Habit: Psiguria pedata grows as an annual vine up climbing on fences and other vegetation through tendrils from leaf axils. The stems have a groove. The leaves are arranged alternately, reniform in shape but with deep with lobes with 5 or 7 lobes. Center lobes longer than side lobes that are also divided into sublobes. The leave is to 6 cm in length and 12 cm wide, with an entire margin, lobes with a rounded to acute apex.
The incomplete, imperfect, actinomorphic, flowers are arranged in clusters (staminate) or solitarily (carpellate) in leaf axils. The calyx has 5 fused green sepals. The corolla has 5 fused, orange petals. In staminate flowers there are 3 stamens, 2 staminodes and no carpel. In carpellate flowers there are two staminodes but no stamens and an inferior ovary with a single locule and many seeds. The fruit is a green berry with stripes at maturity with many seeds.
Habitat: Psiguria pedata grows in Human Altered environments (old fields, yards, roadsides, fence lines).
Distribution: Psiguria pedata occurs in the northern island groupings of the Lucayan Archipelago, Cuba, Hispaniola and Puerto Rico.
Medicinal/Cultural/Economic usage: Psiguria pedata is not known to be used medicinally in the Lucayan Archipelago.