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Convolvulaceae Week: Ipomoea coptica from DelhiIpomoea coptica (L.) Roth ex Roem. & Schult., Syst. Veg. 4: 208 208 1819.

Syn: Convolvulus copticus L.; Ipomoea dissecta Willd.

A glabrous prostrate or twining herb with digitate 3-7 lobed deeply serrate leaves; flowers solitary white; capsule subglobose, glabrous.

Photographed from Rajouri Garden in Delhi, a weed of cultivation.


Growing wild


 

 

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Prostrate Creeper for ID, Rajasthan, NAW-SEP16-03 : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Kindly identify this prostrate creeper photographed in August 2016, growing in a section of a seasonal river bed, Ajmer District, Rajasthan.


adding another photograph. Attachments (1)


Ipomoea coptica I hope


It is not Ipomoea coptica 


The added pictures are Ipomoea coptica, is there a difference between the two. Attachments (2)


This is what I had uploaded from Delhi. Looks similar to … plant. 


I think all images (including those added by …) are of Ipomoea coptica on perusal of the following links:


Yes I too agree with others  But we have to note it is a variable species with variability in leaf structure


I have collected Ipomoea coptica from Morena district of Madhya Pradesh and published as new record for the flora of MP. But it is little bit different.



 

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help to identify this creeper : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4)
Please help to identify this creeper

16 October 19
Agra, U.P


Convolvulaceae ???


Ipomoea coptica I think. Please verify.


Thank you … I was guessing so but could not get matching leaves. Now I got it.
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Options were two ….. Ipomoea coptica or Merremia dissecta. Leaf smaller, lobes leaner in I . coptica.


Thank you Sir it’s matches with Ipomoea coptica.

I too agreed with Ipomoea coptica …


 

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