Vigna stipulacea Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 1: 212 1891.;
Keys between V.indica, V.trilobata, V.aconitifolia, V.stipulacea available at efi thread;
For Id 230708JM1 : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Possibly Vigna trilobata, if it is a small climber
I think your V. trilobata probably is V. stipulacea (Lam.) Kuntze. We have a wonderful document in this regard – efi thread. Just check and compare the stipule (and leaf) of your “Unided in Hyderabad I IMG_8078” pic (attached here a screenshot of part of your pic & plate of the said paper/doc).. For advance study you may find two more resources helpful-
Thanks, … I agree with you.
Found this small herb in a wasteland.
Species : Vigna trilobata (L.) Verdc.
Habit and Habitat : small wild herb, about 20 o 25 cm, prostrate-erect
Date : 31/7/12, 9.35 A.M.
Place : Gobra (Hooghly)
ID help : http://www.efloras.org/object_page.aspx?object_id=53845&flora_id=5
Stipules in your thread also look similar to V. stipulacea (Lam.) Kuntze as document in this regard at – efi thread
Pl. check up.
Perhaps yes perhaps not. Stipule doesn’t look similar to your specimen. Yet as per distribution and peduncle length it should be V. stipulacea, as you suggest here. If I could photograph characters like bracts, bracteoles, seeds etc!
29032020EPT75 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4) – around 600 kb each.
Location : Chennai outskirts
Elevation : 128 feet
Habitat : Dry open land
Habit : Short plant , Spreading on ground,
Phaseolus trilobus : 2 posts by 2 authors. 2 images.
phaseolus trilobus found near river and black siol field edges at konanatambigi, Haveri in Karnataka
This is Vigna stipulacea, as per shape and nature of stipules.
wild vigna trilobata
edges of fields in Konanatambigi village, Haveri taluka
black soil and near riverside
flowering and pod form august onwards
Thanks, … Wonderful presentation.
This is Vigna stipulacea, as per publication details in Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week : Climber/Climbing shrubs : Fwd: PlANT FOR ID 146 SMP OCT 09
Flower for ID: 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2)
Vigna trilobata (Fabaceae family). Butterfly would be Indian Cupid.
I have a doubt.
They are different.
I will be sending you the publication for personal use.
Sending you the publication for your personal use.
Small Climber for ID : Nasik : 07DEC21 : AK – 07: 4 images.
Probably Vigna Species.
But the leaves were unusual.
Vigna aconitifolia I hope
Yes May be.
It’s Vigna trilobata,
Yes, the leaves seem to be close to your suggested Species.
To me, the leaves are matching with images under Vigna trilobata on Eflora.
I am having a slow connection and unable to attach the high resolution images.
Will do at the earliest.
Tried a number of times since morning, out of 6 MB, only 2/3rd of the picture is getting downloaded in Gmail attachment.
Hence unable to send the originals.
2 high res. images.
Vigna triloba as I wrote earlier
I too agree with Vigna trilobata.
This is Vigna stipulacea, as per publication attached in Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week : Climber/Climbing shrubs : Fwd: PlANT FOR ID 146 SMP OCT 09
The leaves look different in … post.
Pl. see the publication in the … post.
Ok … I will go through.
References: The Plant List Ver.1.1 (Unresolved) IPNI EOL The Asian Vigna: Genus Vigna subgenus Ceratotropis genetic resources By Norihiko Tomooka, D. Vaughan, Helen Moss, Nigel Maxted (2012- details with illustration)