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me-REE-mee-uh — named for Blasius Merrem, German naturalist and professor
hed-er-AYE-see-uh or hed-er-ah-SEE-uh — pertaining to ivy
Dave’s Botanary
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commonly known as
: ivy woodrose • Malayalam: കുഡീചിവല്ലീ kudicivalli • Manipuri: কোমালতা komalata • Marathi: हेमाली hemali • Tamil: எலிக்காதுதூலை elikkatutalai
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Native to: tropical Africa, China, India, Malesia, tropical Australia  
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Convolvulaceae Week :: Merremia hederacea at Vaghbil: Merremia hederacea (Burm. f.) Hallier f.
me-REE-mee-uh — named for Blasius Merrem, German naturalist and professor
hed-er-AYE-see-uh or hed-er-ah-SEE-uh — pertaining to ivy
Dave’s Botanary

Nov 15, 2008 … at Vaghbil, Thane, Maharashtra
commonly known as: ivy woodrose • Malayalam: കുഡീചിവല്ലീ kudicivalli • Manipuri: কোমালতা komalata • Marathi: हेमाली hemali • Tamil: எலிக்காதுதூலை elikkatutalai
Native to: tropical Africa, China, India, Malesia, tropical Australia
References: Flowers of IndiaNPGS / GRINeFloraENVISFlowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar
more views:Nov 15, 2008 … at Vaghbil, Thane, Maharashtra


My favorite photo here
Flickr
showing the top view of a still green but developing seedpod



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Nice photo here
showing how the filaments hug the inside if the corolla and then bend inward to face the stigma.



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Id18112011phk: Id please
Ipomoea sp.
Toaday at Alibag, Maharashtra

This is a species of Merremia. Please check Merremia hederacea of Convolvulaceae


I agree with … this is Merremia hederacea only.



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Merremia hederacea from Munak Karnal. Both Yellow and white type
pls validate


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Convolvulaceae at Khanpur : Merremia hederacea (Burm. f.) Hallier f.:

Convolvulaceae week still rings into my mind, i was fresher then and wanted as much species as i could find in our locality! Today i have found one and surely there was no second individual in surrounding area.
Habit & Habitat : climber in a roadside ditch
Date : 17/10/12, 12.35 p.m.

Place : Khanpur (Hooghly)


Very very interesting : –
  1. http://www.kew.org/herbcatimg/44090.jpg
  2. source of the above – Europeana
  3. Hast
  4. source – Specimen

Any chance…. ???


Attaching fresh images of this plant, recorded yesterday (18/10/12).


Attaching fruit images of this species, recorded yesterday at the same place. It is common in that area.



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Merremia hederacea from Guwahati:  Are attached images Merremia hederacea ? Please confirm the ID.
Date :02/11/12
Location: Maligaon, 1 No. Gate, Guwahati-11 [Dist- Kamrup(Metro)]
Habitat: Grows on road side
Habit : Climber
Flower : Yellow in colour
Fruits :not seen

It seems to be Merremia hederacea to me.



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merremia hederacea: merremia hederacea

vine growing on the edge of a paddy field in a muddle of species

flowers were about 15 mm across

last week of december

havelock island, andamans



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ANJAN18/18 Merremia hederacea : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)

Family: Convolvulaceae
Date: 4th January 2015
Place: Bangalore outskirts

Habit: Climber


beautiful photograph yes it is Merremia hederacea



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Fwd: Convulvulacea ID from Bangladesh SM 300- 2 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)

Yellow- Merremia gemella
Picture taken today (12.11.15) morning from roadside fallow land


for yellow flower please check Merremia hederacea –
Because Merremia gemella distribution does not cover India, i don’t know if it can be found in Bangladesh –

M. gemella have found in Bangladesh


Again you have Key to two spp, Merremia hederacea and M. gemella –
http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=2&taxon_id=120299#KEY-1-12.
Please again check the flower size. My thread is (with size)efi thread

Based on sepal character, absence of dark midpetaline bands it is M hederacea to me, of-course Sourav would know better.


It is Merremia hederacea. M. gemella is also found in India, reported from Darjeeling, West Bengal.



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Attaching a collage of Merremia hederacea. Flowers of this species attracts many butterfly species, bees, wasps etc.



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Attaching a collage of Striped Albatross (male), visiting flowers of Merremia hederacea.


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Attaching a collage of Peacock Pansy visiting flowers of Merremia hederacea.



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Attaching a collage of Common Grass Yellow visiting flowers of Merremia hederacea.



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Attaching a collage of Bee visiting flowers of Merremia hederacea.

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Attaching a collage of female Striped Albatross visiting flowers of Merremia hederacea..



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Attaching an image of Psyche visiting flowers of Merremia hederacea.


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Attaching a collage of Common Emigrant visiting flowers of Merremia hederacea.


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Attaching a collage of Blank Swift visiting flowers of Merremia hederacea.


 


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Merremia hederacea (Burm. f.) Hallier f. SN23118 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Wild climber near Thiruvallur, Tamilnadu


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Merremia hederacea from Haryana (Ismailabad)… : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
Here am uploading some images of Merremia hederacea taken from Haryana on October2018.

To me appears more closer to images at Merremia hederacea (Burm. f.) Hallier f.


I agree with … for Merremia gangetica because leaves seems fleshy,


Pl. check the leaves and calyx and colour of the corolla at Merremia emarginata (syn: Merremia gangetica).


Seems It’s emariginata only to me …, flower color is first white then it will change as yellow in emariginata as per my observation,

and wait for experts comments,


Share if any more information …



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