Ipomoea violacea


Images by Dinesh Valke, (Prashant Awale - Id by Shrikant Ingalhalikar) & (Pravin Kawale - Id by Dinesh Valke), (For more photos & complete details, click on the links)
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ip-oh-MEE-uh or ip-oh-MAY-uh -- worm-like; referring to coiled flower bud
vy-oh-LAH-see-uh or vy-oh-LAH-say-uh -- violet-colored .
.. Dave's Botanary 

commonly known as: beach moonflower, sea moonflower, white morning-glory, wild moon flower • Marathi: किनारवेल kinarwel

Native to: Meso-America; distributed pantropically on coasts

 
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Ipomoea alba: At Akshi beach,Alibag
14 Dec,2010
 
The sepals are definitely not Ipomoea alba but unless there was some additional information to indicate otherwise > I am in agreement with the ID of Ipomoea violacea.
 
 
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Mangrove fruits for ID-280211-PKA2: Seen these dried fruits of a Mangrove near Gorai, Mumbai. No clue to me
about its ID.
Date/Time: 26-02-2011 / 5:30PM
Habitat: Wild, Mangrove
Plant Habit: Climber
 
- This would be Ipomoea violacea, a mangrove associate.

- yes it is a dried fruit of Ipomoea violacea. seen it many times at Gorai creek.
- The branches of Operculina are quandrangular and winged....the fruits are loobed and pinkish-whitish in colour... this for sure Ipomoea violacea and cant be sonneretia even in dreams...Sonnertia is Lytheraceae
family
- 100 % this is Ipomoea violacea, a mangrove associate plant.
 
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ip-oh-MEE-uh or ip-oh-MAY-uh -- worm-like; referring to coiled flower bud
vy-oh-LAH-see-uh or vy-oh-LAH-say-uh -- violet-colored .
.. Dave's Botanary 
Sep 22, 2008 ... along Ghodbunder Road near Versova, Maharashtra
commonly known as: beach moonflower, sea moonflower, white morning-glory, wild moon flower • Marathi: किनारवेल kinarwel
Native to: Meso-America; distributed pantropically on coasts
References: Flowers of IndiaeFloraPIER species infoNPGS / GRINWikipediaFurther Flowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar
more views: Sep 22, 2008 ... along Ghodbunder Road near Versova, Maharashtra
 
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Climber ID from Bangladesh_SM_4004 : 14 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (2) - around 500 kb each.

Place? Any flowers? 
Sonadia Island, no bloomed flower 
Bud in the first picture reminds of Ipomoea sp. or some member of Convolvulaceae.
Thanks ... I agree with you. 
agree with ... is that a bud? or a developing fruit?
I am not sure, ...
Attachments (1) - 6 Mb.
Most probably Ipomoea violacea

1: ... so that round object was a developing fruit? and these are developing buds 2: ... if had these you should have submitted at the same time, with other two. its better that way  saves valuable  time for people who volunteer to help you.
Yes ..., now I am sure, the earlier pic shows fruiting. Thanks ..., for the additional pic.
A mention of habitat would have resolved the issue quickly.

Sorry for the inconvenience, however, the habitat is a costal island where tidal inundation is common. The climber is found at sand dunes under the the casurina forest. The size of leaf is larger than few others ipomea species
 
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Ipomea id fromm Bangladesh _sm_3001 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)- 1 Mb. 
Habitat : sandy bush
Location : Saint Martin Island, Bangladesh
Flowering : November, bloom at night, after evening 
Photo taken : Nov, 2018

Ipomoea violacea


 
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