Luvunga sarmentosa ?

 

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Please identify this climber NS240511
: Would be grateful for any help in identifying this climber. The photographs were sent to me by my friend ... from Rajmachi.
Believe it was grown from seeds collected in Sirsi. 
It could be a member of Rutaceae.
Had asked my friend precisely the same question and he assured me that it was definitely a climber as he had himself collected the seeds from it.
Ya its climber and Rutaceae member..  common in Evergreen forest in Konkan..
Can't see the spines, may not be present in a sapling. This may be Luvunga.
Yes look like Luvunga sarmentosa 



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