Request for ID : 300111 : AK-3

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Aarti S. Khale

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30-Jan-2011, 9:16:10 am30/01/11
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Again at Tsavo West National Park,Kenya in January, 2009.
It was a creeper with flowers resembling the Rangoon Creeper or
Madhumalati but the flowers were White instead of Pink.
Aarti
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Pankaj Kumar

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30-Jan-2011, 1:03:20 pm30/01/11
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seems like some Quisqualis to me.... or from the same family.
Pankaj

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Mahadeswara

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30-Jan-2011, 11:48:41 pm30/01/11
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Not Quisqualis sps.
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Gurcharan Singh

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23-Feb-2011, 9:51:09 am23/02/11
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Resurfacing again for ID

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Pankaj ji................................................seems like some Quisqualis to me

Mahadeswara ji....................................Not Quisqualis sps.

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Satish Chile

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25-Feb-2011, 2:17:50 am25/02/11
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This is  Quisqualis indica (Rangoon Creeper Vine, Drunken Sailor, Scarlet Ragoon, Chinese Honeysuckle)
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Dr. Satish Kumar Chile
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