Ipomoea parasitica (Kunth) G. Don, Gen. Hist. 4: 275 275 1838 (Syn. Convolvulus circinnatus Willd. ex Roem. & Schult.; Convolvulus parasiticus Kunth; Ipomoea perlonga B.L. Rob.);
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ip-oh-MEE-uh or ip-oh-MAY-uh — worm-like; referring to coiled flower bud
par-uh-SIT-ee-kuh — parasitic; parasite-like …
Dave’s Botanary
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commonly known as: yellow-throated ipomoea
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Native to: tropical Americas; naturalized elsewhere
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Prickly climber for Id 240909SNP(24.09.09, 6 pictures, 7 messages); This extensive climber was observed in the forest areas of Borkhed, Buldhana in December 08. the weak purplish stem is covered with soft prickles. the fruit  and seeds point out towards ipomoea species. i was not able to observe the flowers as the flowering season was already over


Isnt it a variety of Woodrose?


This looks like Ipomoea muricata.

This species (with handsome blue flowers that used to open by 6 am and fade early by 10 am) was dominating the annual weed flora of bangalore in 2007, replacing the previous year’s Chromolaena odorata. The year 2008 saw a robust growth of Datura species (D. ferox, D. metel). Now the same habitats are covered with a lush growth of Cassia tora and Cassia uniflora.


‘Ipomoea muricata’ is called ‘Bhingari’ ‘भिंगरी’ / Barik Bhovari’ ‘बारीक भोवरी’ in Marathi


A feedback from … under thread (#): Ipomoea parasitica – September 2009 for this thread


It is Ipomoea muricata. young fruits are edible. it is called in Malayalam as Nithya vazhuthina. Instead of brinjal it can be used in preparation of sambar



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Ipomoea for ID : 220111 : AK-2: Picture taken on the 18 Oct,07 at Nasik, Maharashtra. Tiny flowers.



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Convolvulaceae Week :: TO VALIDATE ID :: Ipomoea parasitica at Chakan and Rajgurunagar: Ipomoea parasitica (Kunth) G. Don
Dear friends, please validate this ID.

ip-oh-MEE-uh or ip-oh-MAY-uh — worm-like; referring to coiled flower bud
par-uh-SIT-ee-kuh — parasitic; parasite-like …
Dave’s Botanary
Nov 5, 2011 … at Chakan, near Pune
commonly known as: yellow-throated ipomoea
Native to: tropical Americas; naturalized elsewhere
References: Dave’s GardenNPGS / GRIN
more views: Nov 5, 2011 … at Chakan, near PuneDec 7, 2009 … at Rajgurunagar, near Pune

Have arrived to this ID looking at Ron’s notes at https://groups.google.com/d/​msg/indiantreepix/taUtu0CcAyw/​8MEsIFNny8UJ.
Wishing … validates this ID to be Ipomoea parasitica.


I can confirm that the photos that you have posted as Ipomoea parastica conform in all respects to the plants that I had grown and posted in the PlantFiles at DavesGarden.



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Convolvulaceae week : Ipomoea for ID: Observed this plant growing wild in Pune



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Convolvulaceae week : Ipomoea Sinhagad valley:

This Ipomoea climber was seen growing wild on the outskirts of paddy fields in Nov 2011.

It was spreading on the ground. Size of the flowers BIG 5-10 cm. Yellow throat can be clearly seen.

Major characters is presence of trichomes on the stem all over. The sepal structure is as seen in the pictures



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Morning Glory For ID : Bangalore : 28NOV16 : AK-5 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

Seen this climber on the 30th Oct growing wild.

Ipomoea parasitica?

I think matches with images at Ipomoea parasitica (Kunth) G. Don


 


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Morning Glory For ID Bangalore 28NOV16 AK-7 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

Another Morning Glory seen on the 1st Nov,16.

Growing wild.

Thanks, …  Pl. Check with comparative images at EFI site.


PL. check with images at

Ipomoea sagittifolia Burm. f. 


Thanks … Looks closer to Ipomoea parasitica.



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on 23.11.08 at Valley School, Bangalore; Wild Flower for ID-241108RK2 – indiantreepix | Google Groups


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