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It was taken at Hyderabad University & is a climber, lying almost on the ground with leaves like shown in the picture. It was seen near a small water gutter.  Which Convolvulaceae species? - indiantreepix | Google Groups

Convolvulaceae:: Pls help ID Plant from Chennai: Pictures are shared at efi thread
The leaves were 4 to 6" length, leathery and deeply veined,, and flowers buds were almost 4".
The sepals were distinctive for being fleshy, recurved and tinted red, so could be an Argyreia. ?
Do you happen to have any frontal views of the flower ?
The plant could be a Convolvulaceae but seeing the frontal view of the flower would be helpful and of course fruit is always helpful.
Please try to take some additional views if at all possible if time and location permit.
Yes, the flowers are needed, unfortunately they were closed for the day :)
(This line was lost in my struggles with the New and Improved Google Docs, and a Broadband connection which is not Cloud-ready)
I will look again, hopefully the plants would not have been cleared away by then.