Habit: Serjania diversifolia grows as a vine/liana to 12 m in length and 2 cm in diameter. The odd pinnate leaves are arranged alternately, to10 cm in length. The leaflets ovate, to 8 cm in length with a round to obtuse leaf apex and a entire or toothed leaf margin.
The complete, perfect, zygomorphic flowers are arranged in racemose panicles. The calyx has 5 unfused white sepals. The corolla has 4 unfused, white petals. There are 8 stamens and 5 yellow staminodes. The 3-lobed ovary is superior with 3 locules. The fruit is a white samara with 3 wings.
Habitat: Serjania diversifolia grows climbing other trees and shrubs in Dry Broadleaf Evergreen Formation- Forests/Woodlands/Shrublands (coppice, scrublands).
Distribution: Serjania diversifolia occurs in the central and northern island groupings in the Lucayan Archipelago and the Greater Antilles.
Medicinal/Cultural/Economic usage: Serjania diversifolia has been used in the Lucayan Archipelago to treat obstetrical and gynecological issues.