Cissampelos pareira?? 300610-PKA1

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Prashant awale

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Jun 30, 2010, 1:04:36 PM6/30/10
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Dear Friends,

Came across this Climber on the way to Lohagad. Kindly validate the ID..

Bot. name: Cissampelos pareira ??
Family:
Menispermaceae
Date/Time: 20-06-2010 / 08:00AM
Location: On the way to Lohagad fort, Lonavala region
Habitat: Wild
Plant Habit: Climber

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Prashant
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Dinesh Valke

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Jun 30, 2010, 1:16:50 PM6/30/10
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Dear Prashant, ... looks like Cyclea peltata to me.
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Neil Soares

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Jun 30, 2010, 2:09:04 PM6/30/10
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Hi,
 Agree with Dinesh. They look like the male flowers of Cyclea peltata.
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                         Neil Soares. 

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tanay bose

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Jun 30, 2010, 3:00:33 PM6/30/10
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Cyclea peltata from the family Menispermaceae indeed !!!! the peltate leaf in the third photo is enough to confirm the identity !!
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Prashant awale

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Jun 30, 2010, 11:18:22 PM6/30/10
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Thanks Neil ji, Tanay ji, Dinesh ji for providing the correct ID.
regards
Prashant

tanay bose

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Jun 30, 2010, 11:25:25 PM6/30/10
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Welcome Prasant Ji
Tanay

Dinesh Valke

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Jul 1, 2010, 11:41:54 PM7/1/10
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Cyclea peltata ... is commonly known as: buckler-leaved moon-seed • Kannada: ಹಡೆ ಬಳ್ಳಿ hade balli • Konkani: पाडावेल padavel • Malayalam: പാടത്താളി paataththaali • Marathi: मोठी पहाडवेल mothi pahadvel, थोरली पाडावळ thorali padaval • Sanskrit: बृहत् पाठा bruhat patha, राज पाठा raj patha • Tamil: பாடா pata, பொன்முசுட்டை pon-mucuttai • Telugu: పాటతీగె patatige





C. burmannii is very similar to C. peltata, these two could be confused for each other.
This confusion is found even in their synonymy.


Cyclea peltata (Lam.) Hook. f. & Thoms. Fl. Ind. 201. 1855; FBI 1: 101. p.p; Gamble 1: 31. 1915; Gangopadhyay in Flora of India 1: 325. 1993.
Menispermum peltatum Lam. Encycl. 4: 96. 1797.
Cyclea burmannii Hook. f. & Thoms. Fl. Ind. 201. 1855; FBI 1: 104. 1872.
Clypea burmannii Wight & Arn. Prodr. 1: 14. 1834.
Cyclea arnottii Miers in Contrib. Bot. 3: 240. 1871; Gamble 1: 31. 1915.
Cocculus peltatus DC. Prod, 1,96


References:
1. Ethnoleaflets
... http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/rao.htm
2. eBook: The Bombay flora, or, Short descriptions of all the indigenous plants hitherto discovered in or near the Bombay presidency [microform] : together with a supplement of introduced and naturalised species (1861) -- Author: Dalzell, Nicol Alexander, 1817-1878; Gibson, Alexander, 1800-1867
... http://www.archive.org/stream/bombayfloraorsho00dalzrich#page/10/mode/2up/search/Cyclea
3. The Flora of the Presidency of Bombay (1903) by Theodore Cooke, Vol. I, Part I
... http://www.archive.org/stream/floraofpresidenc01cook#page/24/mode/2up/search/Cyclea

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Cyclea burmanni Miers, in Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist. ser.2, v. 7 (1851) p.41, & Contrib. v. 3 (1871) p.239, t. 121; Fl.B.I. v.1, p.104; Dalz. & Gibs. p.6; Trim. Fl. Ceyl. v.1, p.47; Talb. Trees, Bomb, p.8; Woodr. in Journ. Bomb. Nat. v.11(1897) p.121.
Clypea burmannii, W. & A. Prodr. P.14 (in part); Grah. Cat. p.5.
Cocculus burmannii, DC, Prod. 1, 96;

References:
1. Forest Flora of Hyderabad State - by M Sharfuddin Khan
... http://forest.ap.nic.in/Forest%20Flora%20of%20Andhra%20Pradesh/Flora%20by%20M%20Sharfuddin%20Khan/Botanical%20Names/Cyclea%20burmanni.htm
2. eBook: The Bombay flora, or, Short descriptions of all the indigenous plants hitherto discovered in or near the Bombay presidency [microform] : together with a supplement of introduced and naturalised species (1861) -- Author: Dalzell, Nicol Alexander, 1817-1878; Gibson, Alexander, 1800-1867
... http://www.archive.org/stream/bombayfloraorsho00dalzrich#page/10/mode/2up/search/Cyclea
3. The Flora of the Presidency of Bombay (1903) by Theodore Cooke, Vol. I, Part I
... http://www.archive.org/stream/floraofpresidenc01cook#page/22/mode/2up/search/Cyclea



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JM Garg

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J.M. Garg

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I feel more closer to images at Stephania japonica (Thunb.) Miers rather than those of Cyclea peltata

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