Clematis gouriana

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Satish Phadke

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Oct 7, 2009, 12:01:44 PM10/7/09
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This Clematis iphotographed in the wild near Saswad, Pune(Ghat section higher elavations)Oct 2009
Features observed.
Trifoliolate leaves ...opposite.
The petals are absent and the sepals are bright white coloured. Stamens many glabrous.
I think this is Clematis gouriana from
Family Ranunculaceae
Satish Phadke


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Padmini Raghavan

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Oct 7, 2009, 2:32:23 PM10/7/09
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My snaps of Clematis gauriana in Bangalore last week.

Please confirm that I am right.
Thanks,
Padmini Raghavan.

Bangalore and Cocoloba uvifera. 153.jpg
Bangalore and Cocoloba uvifera. 152.jpg

shubhada nikharge

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Oct 8, 2009, 2:21:08 AM10/8/09
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Satish ji,
Few more pics of Clematis gouriana to support ur observations.
Marathi name : Morvel
fruits have feathery tails.
cheers,
shubhada


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morvel flower Clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0712_MNP_0200 e.JPG
morvel flowers Clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0712_MNP_0140 e.jpg
morvel fruits Clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0712_MNP_0207 e.JPG
Morvel fruit clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0908_MNP_0053 e.JPG
morvel leaves Clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0712_MNP_0027 e.JPG

Satish Phadke

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Oct 8, 2009, 10:10:46 AM10/8/09
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Padmini ji
The leaves of your plant appear to be simple rather than pinnate. It might be Clematis heynei

2009/10/8 Padmini Raghavan <pad...@gmail.com>



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Satish Phadke

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Oct 8, 2009, 10:15:55 AM10/8/09
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Shubhada ji
A common garden variety of Clematis is seen in many gardens. The flowers are somewhat similar. Where does your picture come from? Again the leaves are simple and not pinnate(Trifoliate in my picture) It may be Clematis heynei.
Will wait for comments from others of course..............
Satish

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shubhada nikharge

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Oct 9, 2009, 12:53:15 AM10/9/09
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Satish ji,
yes. there is a diff. in the leaves. i think u r right.
The pics. were taken in Maharashtra Nature Park, Mahim, Mumbai. ( a man made park on dumping ground) in July 2009 and pics of fruit in Sept 09.
cheers,
shubhada



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JM Garg

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Jul 7, 2018, 2:56:37 AM7/7/18
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Padmini ji's images may be Clematis flammula as per details and keys herein.
Bangalore and Cocoloba uvifera. 153.jpg
Bangalore and Cocoloba uvifera. 152.jpg

JM Garg

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Jul 7, 2018, 2:57:14 AM7/7/18
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Shubhada ji's be Clematis flammula as per details and keys herein.


On Thursday, 8 October 2009 11:51:08 UTC+5:30, shubhada nikharge wrote:
Satish ji,
Few more pics of Clematis gouriana to support ur observations.
Marathi name : Morvel
fruits have feathery tails.
cheers,
shubhada


From: Satish Phadke <phadke...@gmail.com>
To: indiantreepix Indian <indiantreepix@googlegroups.com>

Sent: Wed, 7 October, 2009 9:31:44 PM
Subject: [indiantreepix:20382] Clematis gouriana

This Clematis iphotographed in the wild near Saswad, Pune(Ghat section higher elavations)Oct 2009
Features observed.
Trifoliolate leaves ...opposite.
The petals are absent and the sepals are bright white coloured. Stamens many glabrous.
I think this is Clematis gouriana from
Family Ranunculaceae
Satish Phadke


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http:// satishphadke.blogspot.com


morvel flower Clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0712_MNP_0200 e.JPG
morvel flowers Clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0712_MNP_0140 e.jpg
morvel fruits Clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0712_MNP_0207 e.JPG
Morvel fruit clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0908_MNP_0053 e.JPG
morvel leaves Clematis gouriana Ranunculaceae 2009_0712_MNP_0027 e.JPG

Ushadi Micromini

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Jul 8, 2018, 7:39:42 AM7/8/18
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leaves are very different from what we just saw in cases by Mr Tiwari and Balkar Arya

Here the leaves seem to be almost double the size of what was shown earlier as Clematis flammula
unless someone tells us the range of length and veins etc allowed in the species 


I wonder if there is paper or two from academia about 
the classification of small white flowered VIRGIN"s bower plants of INDIA USA etc\


usha di

On Sat, Jul 7, 2018 at 12:27 PM, JM Garg <jmg...@gmail.com> wrote:
Shubhada ji's be Clematis flammula as per details and keys herein.

On Thursday, 8 October 2009 11:51:08 UTC+5:30, shubhada nikharge wrote:
Satish ji,
Few more pics of Clematis gouriana to support ur observations.
Marathi name : Morvel
fruits have feathery tails.
cheers,
shubhada


From: Satish Phadke <phadke...@gmail.com>
To: indiantreepix Indian <indian...@googlegroups.com>

Sent: Wed, 7 October, 2009 9:31:44 PM
Subject: [indiantreepix:20382] Clematis gouriana

This Clematis iphotographed in the wild near Saswad, Pune(Ghat section higher elavations)Oct 2009
Features observed.
Trifoliolate leaves ...opposite.
The petals are absent and the sepals are bright white coloured. Stamens many glabrous.
I think this is Clematis gouriana from
Family Ranunculaceae
Satish Phadke


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