Merremia aegyptia (L.) Urb., Symb. Antill. 4: 505 505 1910. (Batatas pentaphylla (L.) Choisy; Convolvulus munitus Wall.; Convolvulus pentaphyllus L.; Ipomoea aegyptia L.; Ipomoea pentaphylla (L.) Jacq.; Ipomoea pilosa Cav.; Ipomoea sinaloensis Brandegee; Merremia pentaphylla (L.) Hallier f.; Operculina aegyptia (L.) House; Operculina pentaphylla (L.) House; Spiranthera pentaphylla (L.) Bojer);
hairy merremia, hairy morning glory, hairy woodrose;
Ipomea sp. for ID : Please help for id of this Ipomea sp. recorded from Guraon in month of September 2010.
In Maharashtra this plant used on Dog bite.
– Thanks for Confirmation of ID its a Merremia aegyptia
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Flora of Panipat: Merremia aegyptia village untla Panipat: Merremia aegyptia
From village Untla (Panipat)
Wild in a roadside area
Growing wild only
Some more Pics from Village Kabri Panipat
are these seed pods or more flower buds..
Only Flower Buds
Thanks for showing this species. Again a unique one.
The leaves …palmately compound are unique. (Some Vitaceae member climber is close to this in the picture)
Calyx buds very much tomentose….Outer sepal much hirsute is the differentiating feature from other Merremia species.
This species is sometimes mistaken for Merremia cissioides which a very similar structure except that the calyx on M.cissioides would be glabrous.
Morning Glory for ID : Mumbai : 261111 : AK-1: Seen at Maharashtra Nature Park, Mumbai on the 14th of November,11.
A climber with small white flowers, flowers closing by afternoon.
look like Meremia sps, family convolvulaceae
Looks like Merremia aegyptia, Family- Convolvulaceae.
Yes, Merremia aegyptia (L.) Urb.
Climber For ID : Delhi : 220414 : AK-17 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3).
Climber seen growing wild in Garden Of Five Senses, Delhi on 6/12/2012.
Flowering was over, could find the dried pods.
Stem was very hairy.
ANNOV27 Convolvulaceae for identification : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)
Pergularia daemia :: Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park :: 24 OCT 18 : 12 posts by 3 authors. 6 images.
Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park Jodhpur
Date: October 24, 2018 … Altitude: about 300 m (980 feet) asl
Pergularia daemia (Forssk.) Chiov.
Pergularia daemia is twining around branches of Cryptostegia grandiflora.
To me looks different from images at Pergularia daemia
Yes, …, it does look different from flowers / fruits of Pergularia daemia … but I am not able to guess.
I am not sure whether it has something to do with premature dying of the plant – whether the dried structures are buds / flowers. I am not confident.
At other spots in the park, the climbers on Cryptostegia grandiflora was only Pergularia daemia – I must be mistaking.
Climbers seems to be of ipomoea turpethum
Thanks … I have not seen Ipomoea turpethum (syn of Operculina turpethum) in this manner; could be I have missed such sight.
I think Merremia aegyptia is also worth consideration..
Thanks … for the pointing to possibility of Merremia aegyptia.
It may be very well possible, if we especially check the last picture, I think it shows a dried palmate leaf.
I hope someone validates your thought.
Both of you may be right as per images at
Surprising why you it is dried flower? for me it is fruits of Ipomea species. please check.
infect leaves (check dry one) are also alternate not opposite
Thanks, … This has been identified as Merremia aegyptia
Thank you very much … for validating and sticking to following up of this confusing post. Many thanks to … for the ID.
Id of Tree -ID 13062013SH1 : Attachments (1). 3 posts by 3 authors.
Posting a photo for Id of Tree
Date / Time – 23.12.2010 / 09.00am
Location – Great Rann of Kutch
Habitat – Wild
Ipomoea sp (Climber) on Salvadora oleoides
Looks like Merremia aegyptica
I was going to say I have never seen ipomea to be so wooly//hairy, …
then I walked away , when I came back there was this suggestion from Rakesh
makes perfect sense, even though the original picture is sort of fuzzy,
hence it is called hairy woodrose.
a nice set of pictures : to confirm
Convolvulaceae for ID : Gujarat : 04JAN20 : AK-7 : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Seen growing wild during my visit in Nov,19.
Could be Merremia aegyptia?
I guess correct ID. Distimake aegyptius (L.)
Yes, erstwhile Merremia aegyptia, now Distimake aegypticus.