Sorry for the bad picture quality.
Color suggests Congea tomentosa, but I can’t make a positive ID with the lack of close-up quality.
Looks close but difficult to ID definitely
Climber Id from Bangladesh_SM_1407 : 9 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1)
Location: Sangu Matamuri Wildlife Sanctuary, Bandarban
Picture taken: February, 2019
cant seem to enlarge the picture and still get in focus picture. are these things red fruits or flower buds???
Looks like some Combretaceae…..or Verbenaceae
Can you post the original image to see the details?
Picture not very clear. But looks like Wooly Congea to me.
Here is a clear image (9.3 Mb)
thanks … now i can see the 3 bracts correctly and its centre is still vague, i see some blurred images of the tiny flowers. so its Congea sp. but cant see the Wooly type of innards. cant classify it don further.
compare your pictures with one that has real
my final dx: congea sp.
if you get to go there again, take a more detailed close up of the flowers in nise the showy bracts and the real leaves that go with these flowers.
your picture a lot of other leaves
Thanks, l will try. However, it was located on hill top and also top of tree. I have made this by telephoto lens.
Congea tomentosa. Pinkish-mauve bract is attract the people. Thanks for all of your effort!
Looks close but difficult to ID definitely.
References: The Plant List