140 ID wild plant Commelina: 14 images.
Please ID wild plant,
Location: near Reserve Forest, Chathamattom, Ernakulam District, (Kochi) Kerala PIN:686671
Altitude: 1400fsl
Flower date: 20.08.2021, 11.25am
Habitat: wild moisture
Plant habit: creeping, branches, slender weak fleshy purple stem 2.5mm diameter, hairy, annual
Height: 05cm
Leaves: alternate, oblong, apex, size:5×1cm or less
Flower: 3 petals, diameter:11mm, violet, non fragrant
Camera: mobile Samsung Galaxy A21s

Cyanotis !

It is very close to Cyanotis burmanniana 

I think Cyanotis cristata (L.) D.Don as per images and details herein.
Looks different from images at Cyanotis burmanniana Wight

Please check the collage, dear …

First is C. cristata as per efi
Second is C. burmanniana in Efi
Third is the said, mine, very close to C.burmanniana and only difference is hairless,

I am sure, it is not C. cristata. Flower of C. cristata closed around morning 10.00 am and flower of said plant closed around 01.00pm.  Never visible weak stamen hairs and clear pink petals in C. cristata like 4th image in the second post and 1st image in the 3rd post.

I hope Mayur ji further clarifies your doubts.

I am not sure it is Cyanotis burmanniana, and it is only my suggestion. But I am sure, it is not Cynotis cristata, I trying for seed images of both plants, sharing unripened seed image of the said plant,
2 images.

Please check the below comparison on C. cristata & ID 140 with collage images.
C. cristata.                                   ID 140
small 05mm                         big 10mm          diameter                                diameter
                      Flora clossing time:
Around 09.10am.                around 12.30pm
common land                       rocky
                     Seeds: lite difference
 Leaves: veins distribution entirely different
no thickness                         01.6mm                                                              thickness
The first (left) is of C. cristata and 2nd (right) is of ID140 in all collages.
As per these differences, I am strictly denied it is C. cristata,
6 images.

In the collage #20211023_115502, C.cristata is in the right side,

I think Cyanotis cristata (L.) D.Don only as per images and details herein.
It is quite variable.
… may pl. further confirm.

Today’s beauty
8 images.

May I request …, to pl. say something on it.