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Climber Id from Bangladesh SM025 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4).
Habit: Climber

Habitat : Hill forest

Flowering: May

Location : Kaptai NP,Chittagong Hill tracts

Possibly Millettia sp.

One similar M. cinerea Benth., but leaflets must be 7 at most, usually 5. (pic 418 tells otherwise)

Callerya cinerea is new name I think. Leaves is 5-foliolate

The Plant List or GRIN says so.


MS May, 2016/20 Climber for ID : 8 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Location : Sairep, Mizoram
Altitude : ca. 1,500 m.
Date : 11-05-2016

Habit : Climbing shrub
Habitat : Wild

Thanks, … Can you post close up of the flowers ?

Same plant for id. Attachments (1)

May be Apios sp sir

Could it be Apios americana?

Does not look like Apios sp.

Any idea about the genus ?

Fabaceae !

Some Millettia sp ?

Same member had made a post in ’16 with similar looking plant + flowers and it is as yet unidentified, included in subpage for Millettia in efi. I suspect Millettia rubiginosa, of course this species is not reported from NE. 

Any follow up images, …, Any pods ? What are the species of Millettia reported from your area?

The following Millettia spp. are reported in Mizoram :- Millettia cinerea, M.dorwardi, M.pachycarpa, M.peguensis, M.piscidia & M.pulchra

Callerya cinerea (Benth.) Schot ??
Syn : Millettia cinerea Benth. 

Thanks, …, for the id.
To me also appears close to images and details at Callerya cinerea



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