Ceropegia media (Huber) Ansari, Bull. Bot. Surv. India 11: 199 1969 publ. 1971. (Syn: Ceropegia evansii var. media H.Huber);
Ceropegia media :: Purandar Fort: I hope the this is Ceropegia media.
Family : Asclepiadaceae
Observed on Purandar Fort. Last week of August.
Many thanks … for sharing this plant.
Nice one again. Thanks … for sharing series of Ceropegia’s..
DV :: 08 SEP 12 – 0958 :: Ceropegia media at Sada Waghapur: Ceropegia media (Huber) Ansari … (family: Apocynaceae)
08 SEP 12
Sada Waghapurin Satara … about 3500 ft asl
Names of Plants in India :: Ceropegia media (Huber) Ansari: via Species > C > Ceropegia media (Huber) Ansari … (family: Apocynaceae, also placed in Asclepiadaceae)
seer-oh-PEEJ-ee-uh or ker-o-PEE-je-uh — from the Greek keros (wax) and pege (fountain) … Dave’s Botanary
MEED-ee-uh — average, middle … Dave’s Botanary
botanical names: Ceropegia media (Huber) Ansari … synonym: Ceropegia evansii var. media H.Huber … The Plants List
It is nice to know its wide distribution. I know its spotting on Sinhgad; Purandar, Kas by different people this year. Yours was near Satara isn’t it ?
Yes …, in Satara.
Kas week : Ceropegia media SMP: Ceropegia media
Location – Matheran, Maharashtra
Date – 10-7-2013
Very good find.
Earlier reported by other members from: Purandar, Kas etc.
The pink tinge observed by me was more prominent. May be just a variation or an effect of climatic conditions.
Absolutly becoz of climate conditions …, if we see flower from kass and purandar it is dark in color very interesting to see weather it is verity or just color effect
3) Matheran visit report : Attachments (2). 4 posts by 3 authors.
I am very happy this is my 9 th ceropegia i love ceropegiavery much my first attempt of searching ceropegia was in 6 th std at lonavala near My hostel at tungarli village by inspiration of Shrikant ingalhalikar sir’s book आसमंत. Thanks to Shrikant sir
Visited Matheran On 9 and 10 july 2013 Got some beautiful sightings with my beloved ceroegia flower
10 july 2013
Yeah …, Ceropegias are unique and beautiful … I wish u find all Ceropegias reported from your area and more 🙂
Congratulations, NINE and counting…. Are you from Gurukul? Wish you find all 24 species of Ceropegias found in Sahyadri. I am just back from Vengurla and celebrating the photos of the newly described C. concanensis, the 25th for me. Thank you and wish you all the best.
Yes sir i am from gurukul lonavala was there for 6 years for my study. wow c.cocanensis new Woohh thats great in this year i will be targeting new ceropegia’s like C.bhatii, C.hemalatae as well this new cocanensis !!!!