Abrus pulchellus Thwaites (Syn: Abrus fruticulosus auct. non Wight & Arn.; Abrus laevigatus sensu Breteler; Abrus stictosperma Berhaut; Abrus stictospermus Berhaut; Abrus melanospermus Hassk.);
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Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week : RKC_03_111111: Loc.: Middle Andaman, India
could it be Abrus pulchellus?
Yes this looks more like Abrus and most probably A. pulchellus, as … suggested, to me too.
Thanks a lot to all..
Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight :: Climber for ID :: MK-OCT-05 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (10)
Would be grateful if you could help me identify this Abrus (like) species with white flowers.
Pods: 10-12 cm long
Leaflet – mucronate tip
Habitat: semi-evergreen forest edge (road-side)
Date: 18 March 2015
Location: Manimuthar Dam, Tirunelveli dist, TN
Could this be any Dalbergia species?
are the seeds white or red?
Pl help me to identify the attached specimen
It looks like some Abrus sp.
Located in Tirunelveli on 29-11-15
Climber with support, paripinnate leaves, leaves mucronate.
Appears like images of Abrus pulchellus
This is Abrus pulchellus,
15 Identify weed plant : first 3 correct images.
Please identify the weed plant. With kind regards, Sam.
Name of plant:
Location: near Reserve Forest,
District, Kerala PIN:686671
Date:. 04.11.2020, 12.05pm
Habitat: wild moisture
Plant habit: climbing, branches, thread,
weak stem, annual/perennial
Height: 03 meters
Leaves shape: oval
Flower: diameter:05mm, light pink
It looks Abrus precatorius, species may different. please confirm.
Please find the habit images also.
Thanks, …, for the id.
Yes, it is Abrus pulchellus as per images and details herein.
The Last two images appear to be some other plant (pl. see different colours).