Ipomoea campanulata L., Sp. Pl. 1: 160 1753. (Syn: Ipomoea illustris (Cl.) Prain; Ipomoea campanulata L. var. illustris Clarke) as per Flora of Davanagere District: Karnataka, India (2004);

 

Flora of China says like this:
“Stictocardia tiliifolia has been confused with Ipomoea campanulata Linnaeus ( = S. campanulata (Linnaeus) Merrill), which is similar in general appearance and grows also along seacoasts. The glandular-dotted leaves, calyx, and corolla, and the non-capsular fruits enclosed in enlarged, leathery sepals are distinctive for S. tiliifolia.
The nomenclature for Stictocardia tiliifolia has been the subject of some disagreement, and of the two different interpretations recently proposed, Austin et al. (Brittonia 30: 195-198. 1978) and Gunn (Brittonia 24: 169-176. 1972), the former is here followed.” 
 
However The Plant List & NPGS / GRIN gives Ipomoea campanulata L. as a syn. of Stictocardia tiliifolia.
 
Flora of Davanagere District: Karnataka, India & India Biodiversity Portal gives Ipomoea campanulata L. & India Biodiversity Portal (Stictocardia tiliifolia (Desr.) Hall.f. with Ipomoea campanulata auct. (non L.)) 

 

 
ip-oh-MEE-uh or ip-oh-MAY-uh — worm-like; referring to coiled flower bud
kam-pan-yoo-LAH-tuh or kam-pan-yoo-LAY-tuh — bell-shaped
Dave’s Botanary

 

commonly known as: Kannada: ಕುಗಿನಿಬಳ್ಳಿ kuginiballi • Marathi: तांबर वेल tambar-vel • Malayalam: ¿ adamboe ? … Malayali knowing friends, please validate this name.

Native to: e & s-e Asia, India, Sri Lanka, n & e Australia; naturalized / cultivated elsewhere

I know this plant as an ornamental woody climber with large orbicular leaves and large funnel shaped reddish orange flowers. The BSI flora of Maharashtra describes this as common on sandy soil in tidal areas along sea-shores from Mumbai to Sindhudurg. I have not seen this plant during several years of exploration along sea-shore.

Stout climbers; stem adpressed tomentose. Leaves to 8 x 9 cm, broadly ovate to orbicular, nearly entire, abruptly acuminate, cordate at base, pubescent; nerves 12 pairs; petiole to 8 cm long. Peduncle 8 cm long, stout. Flower 1 or 2 together; pedicels 3.5 cm long, stout; sepals 1 x 1 cm, orbicular, outer 3 pubescent outside, growing in fruit; corolla 9 cm long, lobes acute, pale purple with dark purple at centre, glabrous; filaments hairy at base. Capsule 2 x 2 cm, globose, glabrous; seeds black, hairy on angles.  

Flowering and fruiting: October-January
Moist deciduous forests and mangrove forests
Indo-Malesia
(From India Biodiversity Portal (Ipomoea campanulata L.)    

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Convolvulaceae Week :: Ipomoea campanulata (¿ Stictocardia tiliifolia ?) in Thane and Navi Mumbai: Ipomoea campanulata L. … surprised to see it put as synonym of Stictocardia tiliifolia (Desr.) Hallier f. at The Plants List.
Wondering if leaves have any resemblance to that of any species of Tilia other than the cordate base. The leaves look more similar to that of some species of Argyreia.
Dear friends, please validate if Stictocardia tiliifolia (Desr.) Hallier f. is the accepted name.ip-oh-MEE-uh or ip-oh-MAY-uh — worm-like; referring to coiled flower bud
kam-pan-yoo-LAH-tuh or kam-pan-yoo-LAY-tuh — bell-shaped
Dave’s Botanary
Feb 3, 2008 … at Kohoj fort, Maharashtra
commonly known as: Kannada: ಕುಗಿನಿಬಳ್ಳಿ kuginiballi • Marathi: तांबर वेल tambar-vel • Malayalam: ¿ adamboe ? … Malayali knowing friends, please validate this name.
Native to: e & s-e Asia, India, Sri Lanka, n & e Australia; naturalized / cultivated elsewhere
References: Flowers of IndiaSahyadri DatabaseNPGS / GRINENVIS – FRLHTFlowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar
more views:Feb 3, 2008 … at Kohoj fort, Maharashtra
Feb 12, 2010 … at Kharghar Hills, Navi Mumbai

more views at flickr.


Yes truly a large climber with big flowers . Have seen it in Mulshi.


The photos I have of Stictocardia campanulata look like what you have posted.
Here is a link and excerpt from Flora of China
Stictocardia tiliifolia has been confused with Ipomoea campanulata Linnaeus ( = S. campanulata (Linnaeus) Merrill), which is similar in general appearance and grows also along seacoasts. The glandular-dotted leaves, calyx, and corolla, and the non-capsular fruits enclosed in enlarged, leathery sepals are distinctive for S. tiliifolia.
The nomenclature for Stictocardia tiliifolia has been the subject of some disagreement, and of the two different interpretations recently proposed, Austin et al. (Brittonia 30: 195–198. 1978) and Gunn (Brittonia 24: 169–176. 1972), the former is here followed.

The Argyreia and Stictocardia are a realm unto themselves…



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Convolvulaceae Week:: Ipomoea campanulata at Prabalgad:

Bot. name: Ipomoea campanulata

Family: Convolvulaceae

Location: Enroute Prabalgad, Panvel region, Maharashtra.


Now correctly known as  Stictocardia tiliifolia (Desr.) Hallier f.


I agree with …-  Stictocardia tiliifolia – scroll down and look at synonyms

 


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140212 BRS312:

Pl. find the attached file contain photo of morning glory for sp. confirmation.
Date: 11.02.2012
Location: Sadivayal, Coimbatore
Habitat: Wild

Habit: Climber.


Argyreia sp of Convolvulaceae family.

Please check Argyreia elliptica.  


… most probably, Ipomoea campanulata.
Argyreia elliptica is different from the posted plant, in flower as well as leaf.


Yes … The flowers are probably 5-7 cm broadly and bell shaped.

Where as Argyreia elliptica flowers are small.,



 

 

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Ipomoea campanulata: Name of the Species: Ipomoea campanulata

Common/Local Name: Tambarvel
Family: Convolvulaceae
Photographed on: 07th Jan., 2012
Photographed at: Thakurwadi, Ulhas Valley, Karjat, Maharashtra.
Habitat: Hill slope

Description: Large shrubby climber, common in moist deciduous forests in hills and slopes.



 

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Climber for id – 151112 – RK2:  At Lalbagh, Bangalore – 11/11/12 – morning. Request ID.


Looks like one of the Argyreia species.


This has been id’d on Indian Flora as Ipomoea campanulata. ID thanks to …



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Ipomoea campanulata:  Climber from Prabalgad.
Bot. name: Ipomoea campanulata
Family:
Convolvulaceae
Date/Time: 22-01-2012 / 09:30AM
Location: En-route Prabalgad.
Plant Habit: Climber


Nice set of pictures. I have noticed this climber along fence/hedge of the field.



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Seen this climber with heart shaped leaves and a single flower in Lalbagh, Bangalore on 18/03/13.

Argyreia?


Argyria spiosa.


Or may be Argyria nervosa ?


This is not Argyreia nervosa for sure.

I have seen and photographed it earlier.
This could be Argyreia hookeri as in Flowersofindia.

Experts kindly validate.


Ipomoea campanulata, a common plant in western ghats in winter.


Thanks for confirming the id of this long pending climber of mine.

Since I have not seen it before, couldn’t make out the id.



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Plant form Dandeli Tiger Reserve :  Attachments (5). 6 posts by 4 authors.

please identify the plant from Dandeli tiger reserve and National Park.


For DSCN1245 , DSCN1246  & DSCN1251

Please check with  Ipomoea campanulata  L. of Convolvulaceae
DSCN1055 –
 Check with Tabernaemontana alternifolia L. of Apocynaceae 
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 Check with Lannea coromandelica (Houtt.) Merr. of Anacardiaceae


efi pages on  Stictocardia tiliifolia (Syn: Ipomoea campanulata ) 


This is Ipomoea campanulata, the flowers are withered and the leaves do not show in the pictures.

There seems to be an error in quoting Stictocardia tiliifolia as a syn for this plant. Both are different genera in the same family. I have seen both plants and they have nothing in common.


Thanks, …, Flora of China says like this:

“Stictocardia tiliifolia has been confused with Ipomoea campanulata Linnaeus ( = S. campanulata (Linnaeus) Merrill), which is similar in general appearance and grows also along seacoasts. The glandular-dotted leaves, calyx, and corolla, and the non-capsular fruits enclosed in enlarged, leathery sepals are distinctive for S. tiliifolia.
The nomenclature for Stictocardia tiliifolia has been the subject of some disagreement, and of the two different interpretations recently proposed, Austin et al. (Brittonia 30: 195-198. 1978) and Gunn (Brittonia 24: 169-176. 1972), the former is here followed.” 
However The Plant List & NPGS / GRIN gives Ipomoea campanulata L. as a syn. of Stictocardia tiliifolia.
Flora of Davanagere District: Karnataka, India & India Biodiversity Portal gives Ipomoea campanulata L. & India Biodiversity Portal (Stictocardia tiliifolia (Desr.) Hall.f. with Ipomoea campanulata auct. (non L.))  

Leaves posted by … at the thread


 


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identification no 110514sn1 :  2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).

Kindly help in identification. Ipomea campunalata?

date/time:jan13
location:ambyvalley rd.,lonavala,pune
habitat:wild
plant habit:climber

height:reaching a height of may be 20 ft.


Affirmative. This is I.campanulata.



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Ipomea capanulata for sharing : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (3)

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130209 GI On Ipomea and morning glory : 4 posts by 2 authors. 2 correct images as above.

Kindly confirm whether i have identified these Ipomeas and the morning glory correctly. I have used the Treepix database as well as … photos on Flickr.
I campanulata and I  loncophyla have been photographed at a campus near Velliangiri Hills, Coimbatore this month.
I campanulata seems like a horticultural one as unlike others growing wild this was being tended to and carefully grown along with other plants on either side of a path.
The I marginata and Xenostegia tridentata have been photographed at Suchindrum, Kanyakumari dist, Tamilnadu (backyard of my house).
The leaves and plant profile  of I marginata and I loncophyla are similar and so i was wondering whether they are indeed two species or genetic variants of a single species?


… I have doubts about what is put as Ipomea campanulata … I do not see those beautiful lobes.
presently confused … not able to guess what it could be.

I agree with I. marginata … others I have not come across.


Confining myself to Ipomea campanulata
The information for Ipomea campanulata
1. i have taken from those urls i found given by … for the tiny Ipomea  and one of them was a website which had several images.
2. The leaves i saw in your photos for campanulata looked the same.
But i too have a small doubt because the plant i have put as I campanulata appeared to be a horticultural variety and not groing wild
Going through the net i found a similar one- claimed to be a horticultural variety, trailing plant used as a ground cover. The one i photographed was also on the ground trailing and covering the soil -could it be Ipomoea batatas ‘Marguerite’?
This site (url given below) has a lot of Ipomea images and the I batata ‘Marguerite’ may be what  i am looking for.
http://www.picsearch.com/pictures/plants/garden%20plants/plants%20hoo-k/ipomoea.html
Would love to hear your views.
I have attached one other image of this contentious Ipomea.


… yes, your belief is truth !!!!

I also see the colours and their distribution certainly conforming to I. campanulata !!



 

 

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Would you  please send  me some literature on Sistocardia campanulata of convulvulace.
I don’t have any book here.

Its nomenclature is a bit confused. Pl. see discussions at


4 images. Found growing wild.



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References:
By B. K. Manjunatha, V. Krishna, T. Pullaiah (2004- (Ipomoea campanulata L.)-Description & Keys- batatas, aquatica, coptica (now syn. of dissecta), cairica, bracteata, obscura, alba, asarifolia, barlerioides, maxima (now syn. of alba), hederifolia, campanulata, carnea)

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