Ceropegia bulbosa (Apocynaceae)_RKC01_05112010

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Ritesh Kumar Choudhary

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05-Nov-2010, 2:47:39 am05/11/10
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Dear all,

Ceropegia bulbosa for your kind perusal.

Place: Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh (ca 550m)

Habit: Climber (this

Habitat: Cultivated at experimental garden of BSI (Actually brought from Maharashtra).

Date: April 2008.

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Ritesh.




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shrikant ingalhalikar

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05-Nov-2010, 2:57:56 am05/11/10
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I may add that this is var. bulbosa. The other variety var. lushii has
narrowly linear leaves. Regards, Shrikant

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Ritesh Choudhary

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05-Nov-2010, 3:16:35 am05/11/10
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Thanks for the information sir!

Regards,
Ritesh.

Pankaj Kumar

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05-Nov-2010, 3:27:08 am05/11/10
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This is so cute.....is that the normal size???
Pankaj

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Ritesh Choudhary

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05-Nov-2010, 3:54:07 am05/11/10
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No Pankaj,

This is a slender twinning herb and in its nascent stage here.

Regards,
Ritesh.

Pankaj Kumar

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05-Nov-2010, 3:59:35 am05/11/10
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Ok sir ji. Thanks a lot for the information.
Pankaj
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