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Yazdy Palia

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13-Nov-2010, 11:54:48 am13/11/10
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Hello friends, perhaps one of the pollinating agents?
Date & Time 13/11/10
Location: Place, Altitude, GPS Chethalayam, Wayanad.
Habitat: Garden, Urban, Wild Type: Wild
Plant Habit: Tree, Shrub, Climber, Herb Climber
Height, Length.
Leaves Type, Shape, Size
Inflorescence Type Size
Flowers Size Colour Calyx Bracts- White in colour, 75 mm in diameter.
Fruits Type, Shape, Size Seeds
Other Information like Frangrance, Pollinator, Uses.
Regards
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raghu ananth

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Could this climber be a Rivea hypocrateriformis, 

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tanay bose

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13-Nov-2010, 3:30:06 pm13/11/10
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I think Raghu Ji is correct this plant can be 

Rivea hypocrateriformis

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J.M. Garg

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07-Dec-2010, 6:31:39 am07/12/10
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.

Some earlier relevant feedback:

Could this climber be a Rivea hypocrateriformis” from Raghu ji.

 

“I think Raghu Ji is correct this plant can be
Rivea hypocrateriformis
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> Hello friends, perhaps one of the pollinating agents?
> Date & Time     13/11/10
> Location: Place, Altitude, GPS  Chethalayam, Wayanad.
> Habitat: Garden, Urban, Wild Type:      Wild
> Plant Habit: Tree, Shrub, Climber, Herb Climber
> Height, Length.
> Leaves Type, Shape, Size
> Inflorescence Type Size
> Flowers Size Colour Calyx Bracts-       White in colour, 75 mm in diameter.
> Fruits Type, Shape, Size Seeds
> Other Information like Frangrance, Pollinator, Uses.
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Hello,

My impression is that the vine section in flower is that of
Ipomoea alba and not Rivea hypocrateriformis.

The frontal view of the flower alone is too similar to Ipomoea alba to
differentiate from Rivea hypocrateriformis with any definitive
certainty
http://indiantreepix.googlegroups.com/attach/f38502dd0909569c/tn_Rivea+hypocrateriformis14.JPG?view=1&part=5&hl=en


sepals and fruit are often required to arrive at a definitive ID...
http://indiantreepix.googlegroups.com/attach/f38502dd0909569c/tn_Rivea+hypocrateriformis5.JPG?view=1&part=6&hl=en


The upper lobes of the leaves on Rivea hypocrateriformis are more
consistently rounded than I.alba which often develops various
curvatures and angulations
The young and distal growth of Rivea seems to be covered with what
looks to be a very fine light colored felt (similar in appearance to
some of the Argyreia and Stictocardia) which is never present on
Ipomoea alba
http://indiantreepix.googlegroups.com/attach/f38502dd0909569c/tn_Rivea+hypocrateriformis13.JPG?view=1&part=4&hl=en


regards,

Ron





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