Adenocalymma comosum (Cham.) DC., Prodr. 9: 201 1845.(Syn.: Adenocalymma acutissimum (Cham.) Miers; Adenocalymma comosum var. acutissimum Bureau; Adenocalymma comosum var. lanceolatum Bureau & K.Schum.; Adenocalymma comosum var. nitidum (Mart. ex DC.) Bureau & K.Schum.; Adenocalymma nitidum Mart. ex DC.; Adenocalymma prehensile Miers; Adenocalymma sepiarium Mart. ex DC.; Bignonia acutissima Cham.; Bignonia comosa Cham.);
Yellow Trumpet Vine;
Climber for ID -110410-RK : Attachments (4). 4 posts by 4 authors.
Do not know if these are half-opened or the other way…
Date/Time – 4th April 2010 around 9.15am
Location – Labagh Botanical Garden,Bangalore.
Habitat – Garden , Urban.
Plant habit – Climber.
Leaves type –
Flowers size – 21/2 – 23/4.
Fruits type – Did not notice any.
Possibly Adenocalymna comosum.
The parts were having the milky I believe.
Seems to be a close relative of Allamada cathartica of Apocynaceae..
If the latex was absent..
Based on the calyx structure, an equal chance to any member of family Bignoniaceae.
Anyway.. The flowers are marvelous.!
This plant is indeed Adenocalymna (Adenocalymma) comosum,
Synonym: Bignonia comosa
Common Name: Yellow Trumpet Vine
Origin: South America
I am adding a link to see the photos of this plant in a different angle from yours.
Climber for ID – 280412 – RK: 8 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4)
Pics taken in Lalbagh, Bangalore on 04-04-2010 at 9.15am. Request ID.
Any possibility of Dolichandra unguis-cati of Bignoniaceae familly?
Could be a Bignonia species but not B.unguis-coti (wherein you can see three stipular hooks for climbing)
Thanks, …, for validation
Yellow Trumpet Vine
Photographed from Lal Bagh, Bangalore, 29-9-2015