E. alsinoides is a tiny wild herb spreading on ground and the flowers
are solitary and just 5-7 mm. Jacquemontia violacea is a large twining
climber found in gardens, the flowers are in clusters and about 2 cm
dia. It looks to be Jacquemontia but you are best placed to
differenciate depending on the size and where you clicked them.
On Jul 2, 3:07 pm, ravi_gogte <ravi.go...@gmail.com
> I tagged my photo for a flower as Evolvulus alsinoides ( dwarfed
> Morning glory or शंखपुष्पी) but got confused when someone said it
> could be Jacquemontia violacea.
> Can you help me to confirm the identification of flower in my photo
> and provide some more inputs on Jacquemontia violacea flower to
> understand the difference?
> The URL for my photo ishttp://www.flickr.com/photos/ravi_gogte/5889212751/