Piper hymenophyllum Miq., Icon. Pl. Ind. Orient. 6: t. 1942 1853. (syn: Piper nilghirianum C. DC.; Piper wightii Miq.);
S. India, Sri Lanka, Assam to Indo-China: Assam, India, Laos, Sri Lanka, Vietnam as per POWO;
Piper sp. From Talakona
Found this climber in Talakona forest, Chittor dt. AP on the way to falls.
Thanks, …, for the id suggestion.
Specimens from India in GBIF, look somewhat different.
I have also collected, I think it is closer to Piper attenuatum but not sure
It looks Piper nigrum only. One can easily identify it using the fruit’s taste which is well known to all.
It is not Piper nigrum, I am sure, the taste is different, it is wild,
It is Piper hymenophyllum
Habitat : Growing on the rocks, close to water falls
I think this is some kind of Epipremnum sp from the family Araceae!!
This is Piper sp. for sure of Piperaceae.
… is correct. This is Piper nigrum. Attaching some pictures of it from my place. The leaves though are tender and you will find spikes on which you will find the flowers or tiny immature peppercorn.
The plants that you see have sprouted from seeds that have been swallowed by birds and then have come out with its dropping or have been washed to these rocky areas by rain water.
I tend to agree with … as usual. This has to be some Piper
To convince everyone, I will pick small pepper vines that have sprouted from seeds. Hopefully in tomorrows mail.
Maybe Piper hymenophyllum as per discussions at Piper sp. From Talakona