Convolvulaceae for id from Tirupati-280111-1

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Balkar Arya

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Jan 28, 2011, 9:21:37 AM1/28/11
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pls id this Creeper shot near Border of AP/Tamilnadu along road side.
it was spreaded over there from dry area of roadside to low lying waterlogged area. During my visit to so many places in Chittoor Dist of AP and Chennai this plant was observed only at this place

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Dr Balkar Singh
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Balkar Arya

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Jan 28, 2011, 9:25:18 AM1/28/11
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Hello,

I have an impression regarding the plant posted and it looks quite
like Ipomoea asarifolia , of which the common name in English is
Ginger-Leaf Morning Glory...

Ipomoea asarifolia can have a variable leaf shape that can range from
the rounded ginger-leaf share to the more somewhat pointy cordate.

The plant here could be Ipomoea asarifolia and the main aspect that
causes me doubt is the structure of the peduncle as seen in photo
2147.

I hope my observations may help lead to a more definitive
identification.

regards,

Ron

Ron_Convolvulaceae

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Feb 10, 2011, 9:42:44 AM2/10/11
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Ipomoea asarifolia can present as upright , semi-upright and / or as a
trailer depending on genetic strain and local environmental
conditions.

Ron_Convolvulaceae

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Feb 10, 2011, 9:54:07 AM2/10/11
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On Feb 10, 9:38 am, Ron_Convolvulaceae <and...@optonline.net> wrote:
> Ipomoea asarifolia can present as upright , semi-upright and / or as a trailer depending on genetic variation and local environmental conditions , closely resembling the variant forms of
> Ipomoea carnea.
>
> The plant here could be Ipomoea asarifolia and the main aspect that
> causes me doubt is the structure of the peduncle as seen in photo
> 2147 which seems to have a different type of angulation than what I have seen as per I.asarifolia , although the photo may be presenting an artifact based on the angle of the camera view.

Balkar Arya

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Feb 10, 2011, 7:28:38 PM2/10/11
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Thanks Ron Ji for such a detailed analysis

Ron_Convolvulaceae

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Feb 12, 2011, 1:14:08 AM2/12/11
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Hello,

I think it may be of value to compare the plant in this thread
with the unidentified Ipomoea in the following thread here
efloraofindia:61534] Flora of Andaman30 - 100111-PKA1
http://groups.google.com/group/indiantreepix/browse_thread/thread/abbaf2e7b2f361b1/e372a2a0e2c0276d?hl=en

regards,

Ron

J.M. Garg

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May 20, 2011, 11:41:07 PM5/20/11
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.

Some earlier relevant feedback:

“ I have an impression regarding the plant posted and it looks quite


like Ipomoea asarifolia , of which the common name in English is
Ginger-Leaf Morning Glory...

Ipomoea asarifolia can have a variable leaf shape that can range from
the rounded ginger-leaf share to the more somewhat pointy cordate.

The plant here could be Ipomoea asarifolia and the main aspect that


causes me doubt is the structure of the peduncle as seen in photo

2147.

I hope my observations may help lead to a more definitive
identification.

regards,

Ron”

 

“Ipomoea asarifolia can present as upright , semi-upright and / or as a


trailer depending on genetic strain and local environmental

conditions.” from Ron ji.

 

“  I think it may be of value to compare the plant in this thread


with the unidentified Ipomoea in the following thread

here

regards,

Ron”

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J.M. Garg

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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.
Some earlier relevant feedback:
"pls id this Creeper shot near Border of AP/Tamilnadu along road side.
it was spreaded over there from dry area of roadside to low lying waterlogged area. During my visit to so many places in Chittoor Dist of AP and Chennai this plant was observed only at this place
--
Regards
Dr Balkar Singh"

“ I have an impression regarding the plant posted and it looks quite like Ipomoea asarifolia , of which the common name in English is Ginger-Leaf Morning Glory... Ipomoea asarifolia can have a variable leaf shape that can range from the rounded ginger-leaf share to the more somewhat pointy cordate.The plant here could be Ipomoea asarifolia and the main aspect that causes me doubt is the structure of the peduncle as seen in photo 2147.

I hope my observations may help lead to a more definitive identification.
regards,
Ron”
 
Ipomoea asarifolia can present as upright , semi-upright and / or as a trailer depending on genetic strain and local environmental conditions.” from Ron ji.
 
“I think it may be of value to compare the plant in this thread with the unidentified Ipomoea in the following thread
here efloraofindia:61534] Flora of Andaman30 - 100111-PKA1
http://groups.google.com/group/indiantreepix/browse_thread/thread/abbaf2e7b2f361b1/e372a2a0e2c0276d?hl=en
regards,
Ron”

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Date: 28 January 2011 19:55
Subject: [efloraofindia:61567] Re: Convolvulaceae for id from Tirupati-280111-1
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