Argyreia splendens (Hornem.) Sweet, Hort. Brit. 289 1826. (syn: Amphione splendens (Hornem.) Raf.; Convolvulus splendens Hornem.; Ipomoea splendens (Roxb.) Sims; Lettsomia splendens Roxb.);
Assam to China (W. Yunnan): Assam, Bangladesh, China South-Central, Myanmar as per POWO;
leaves elliptic acuminate base rhomboid or rounded glabrous above silky-white beneath, corymbs peduncled, bracts caducous, corolla-plaits hairy without, capsule papery scarlet. A large climber. Leaves 7 by 4 in., never cordate ; petiole 3 in. Peduncles 1-4 in., few- or many-flowered. Sepals % in., ovate, obtuse, closely tomentose. Corolla 1.5 in., tubular-campanulate, rose-coloured. Fruit (with the sepals) as of A. wallichii.
Argyreia sp. ? for ID (Convolvulaceae) : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Location :Dampui, Mizoram
Argyreia are not my forte, although close up photos of calyx is almost always required for definitive ID.
Probably Argyreia splendens
Thanks,…, for the id as Argyreia splendens.
Pl. also verify with the illustration/ high resolution specimen with your original images:
Argyreia splendens ?
Did your images agree with the specimen etc. given at the below links.
Thank you for the post; yes I agree with …
I am able to offer the following observations regarding the Argyieia species in question.
Argyreia splendens (Hornem.) Sweet is correct.
May I request you to post high res. images to further check the details.
Your suggested id may be possible.