coated swallow-wort, few-flowered cynanchum • Bengali: chagul-pati • Marathi: पांचाली panchali • Sinhalese: kang-koombala;  
 
 

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Cynanchum tunicatum from Mysore Outskirts:   please find attached Cynanchum tunicatum in flower recorded from Mysore outskirts

 

 

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Cynanchum tunicatum flowering: Was at my bungalow in Khandala yesterday. Panchali was flowering. Sending a few photographs.


I checked the photograph in flowers of India ( link:http://
www.flowersofindia.in/catalog/slides/Coated%20Swallow-Wort.html). The plant photographed and identified by  ….  looks different. I do not know any thing about this plant. One of you may clarify as to which is correct or any eco-typic variation exists


This climber was identifed by Dr.Almeida from photographs of a previous years flowering


…, there should be no difference.
… plant has twined around an armed shrub.
The difference in leaves among plants in mine and … photographs are due to their ages.
Here are all the views of Cynanchum tunicatum at my flickr photostream:
http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=Cynanchumtunicatum&w=91314344%40N00&m=tags
Flowers do not show any difference.
This said, others may validate my point.

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Myriopteron extensum (Wight & Arn.) K. Schum from Assam Attachments (10). 9 posts by 4 authors.  

Attached images may be Myriopteron extensum (Wight & Arn.) K. Schum. Please validate. 
Date :17.11.2013
Location: Assam
Family : Apocynaceae
Genus & species : Myriopteron extensum (Wight & Arn.) K. Schum.
Habitat: Grows wild
Habit : Climber (Liana)
Fruits :Follicle


Looks similar to Cyanachum species.


I would rather go with Cynanchum tunicatum. (For the first set of photographs.) I may be wrong though


 

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ANAUG38 Please confirm if Cynanchum auriculatum3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).
Found in Bangalore (outskirts)
August 2014


It is Cynanchum tunicatum (Retz.) Alston


 

 
 
 
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