Thanks, Sir ji, it was more of my learning process than to establish any identification of relevant threads!
And, imagine, just now what I have found out !!! -
A few words extracted from an account of Leea sambucina Willd., in the "FLORA OF TROPICAL AFRICA, Vol-I, 1868".
"A suberrect woody shrub about 8 ft high, .......... Corolla oblong, 1/8 in. deep, glabrous, bright red on the outside, yellow within or entirely orange. ......."
In the "paper", I am following, it was referred to as L. sambucina auct. non.Wild.. ...... Baker in Fl. Tr. Afr. I (1868) ...", under L. guineensis G. Don.!