Vigna stipulacea Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 1: 212 1891.;
On the rocky terrain near Himmat Sagar Lake in Hyderabad on 20/7/08.
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.
Stipules in your thread also look similar to V. stipulacea (Lam.) Kuntze as document in this regard at – efi thread
Pl. check up.
Vigna trilobata (L.) Verdc. from Hooghly:
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)
Stipules in your thread also look similar to V. stipulacea (Lam.) Kuntze as document in this regard at – https://groups.google.com/d/msg/indiantreepix/yZ5XyUID5xI/te3Wx4amx54J
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!
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