Ipomoea rumicifolia Choisy, Mém. Soc. Phys. Genève 6: 447 (1833 publ. 1834)[Conv. Or.: 65] (syn: Convolvulus lasiospermus Vis., Ipomoea gnaphalosperma Hochst. ex Choisy);
Senegal, Angola, NE. Tropical Africa, India: Angola, Eritrea, Ethiopia, India, Senegal, Sudan as per POWO;
Common name: Dock-Leaf Morning Glory

Chois. Convolv. Or. 65, and in DC. Prodr. ix. 351 ; stems sparsely hirsute, leaves ovate-oblong cordate or subhastate sinuate irregu¬larly angular or sublobate, peduncles short laxly few-fld., sepals elliptic-lanceolate patently hirsute, corolla very small. Convolvulus lasiospermus, Vis. Pl. AEgypt. Nub. 13, t. 1, fig. 2. C. hirtus, Wall. Cat. 2254.
MTS. of the S. DECCAN ; Travancore and Nilgherries, Rottler, Wight, &c.—DISTRIB. E. Tropical Africa.
Stems annual, twining. Leaves 1-2 in., scabrous or sparsely hirsute ; petiole 1.1/2 in. Peduncles 0-1/2 in. ; bracts 1/5 in., linear, subpersistent ; pedicels 1/4-1/2 in. Sepals 1/4 in., acute, widened in fruit. Corolla 1/3-1/2 in., campanulate, white when dry, Visiani, probably yellow when fresh. Capsule 1/4 in. and upwards, ovoid, glabrous, usually 4-seeded. Seeds velvety.
(Attributions: IBIS Flora (Flora of British India))

I’d plz Convolvulaceae family plant: 1 high res. image.
I’d plz Convolvulaceae family plant
Location : Rapar – Kutch, Gujarat
Dt. 09/10/2022

Appears an interesting plant.

Check with Merremia sp

Pl. check Merremia emarginata (Burm. f.) Hallier f.

May be Ipomoea rumicifolia

Yes, you appear to be right as per FOIGBIFBSI Flora of India,



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