Ipomoea cairica

ip-oh-MEE-uh or ip-oh-MAY-uh -- worm-like; referring to coiled flower bud
KY-rik-uh -- of or from Cairo, Egypt
... Dave's Botanary

commonly known as: Cairo morning glory, coastal morning glory, ivy-leaved morning glory, messina creeper, railroad creeper • • Hindi: नीली बेल neeli bel • Kannada: ಬೆಕ್ಕಿನ ಹೆಜ್ಜೆ ಬಳ್ಳಿ bekkina hejje balli • Manipuri: সিংগা singa • Marathi: भोवरा bhovara, गारवेल garvel

Nativity obsure: distributed pantropically

Glabrous climber with deeply palmately divided leaves; segments 5,  lanceolate or elliptic, up to 5 cm long; flowers pale purple, up to 6 cm long, on 1-3 flowered peduncles.   
 
 
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ip-oh-MEE-uh or ip-oh-MAY-uh -- worm-like; referring to coiled flower bud
KY-rik-uh -- of or from Cairo, Egypt
... Dave's Botanary
Jan 2, 2007 ... at Powai, Mumbai
commonly known as: Cairo morning glory, coastal morning glory, ivy-leaved morning glory, messina creeper, railroad creeper • • Hindi: नीली बेल neeli bel • Kannada: ಬೆಕ್ಕಿನ ಹೆಜ್ಜೆ ಬಳ್ಳಿ bekkina hejje balli • Manipuri: সিংগা singa • Marathi: भोवरा bhovara, गारवेल garvel
Nativity obsure: distributed pantropically
References: Flowers of IndiaTop TropicalsFurther Flowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar
more views:Jan 2, 2007 ... at Powai, Mumbai
Mar 11, 2009 ... at Purandar, Maharashtra
Nice Catch. I think Most common convolvulaceae member


 
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Convolvulaceae week : Ipomoea cairica Pune: Ipomoea cairica with white flowers

Pune


Excellent views of the relatively rare white colored form of Ipomoea cairica.

Nice photo , although the Identity is Ipomoea cairica.


 
Convolvulaceae Week:: Ipomoea cairica at Mumbai:  

Bot. name: Ipomoea cairica

Family: Convolvulaceae

Location: Mumbai.


 
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Ipomoea cairica
Date/Time- Oct 2011
Location-Place, Altitude, GPS-Pune
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type-Wild
Plant Habit-Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Climber
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- green 5 lobed
Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts- mauve flowers
Fruits Type/ Shape/ Size Seeds- not seen
The flower and leaves are consistent for Ipomoea cairica and although the sepals are not quite in focus , they are also (from what I can see) seem to be consistent for Ipomoea cairica.


 
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Convolvulaceae member for ID 18/11/2011 SMP1: A Convolvulaceae member. Growing on a hedge in a private bungalow.
Apparantly everything similar to Railway creeper. The flowers are white though.
Flowers axillary often in pairs. One blooming other in bud form.
Size around 5 cm. The leaves are characteristic: Palmately lobed; Proximal lobe divided.

nice depiction of all features, like it...
I have seen this before... but have no pics... before the days of digital camera..
Ipomoea cairica, very likely
nice pic by Dr. Starr of Univ Hawaii... wiki...
He shows whitish flowers with a slight pink tinge, like yours...
but internet had many other deeper colors.. source of my confusion...
but leaves seem to be the diagnostic feature...
I WONDER WHAT WOULD THE TAXONOMISTS SAY...???

Ipomoea cairica also occur in white color. White variety very commonly found in Ambala Cantt Haryana
It does appear to be white Ipomoea cairica

Flower ID Request 20120619-AM: I have attached two crops of pics of a flower and its plant that I took on Saturday. The following information is available:
Date/Time- 2012-06-16 / 10:00 hrs
Location- Malawli Village near Pune located at an altitude of about 620 metres.

Habitat- Wild

Plant Habit- Appeared to be a large Shrub

Height- Around 2 metres

Leaves- Slender

Flowers Size- 2.5 to 3 inches Colour - Light Purple

Please excuse the pic for leaf size comparison as it was windy and I could not focus well enough. Please let me know what flower it could be.

As an aside, can anyone here please put me in touch with a zoologist, especially someone who has knowledge about crustaceans? Or can someone direct me to an appropriate forum? I have clicked a few pics of land crabs found near Lohagad Fort in Pune that I would like to be identified. Help on the crab IDs would be great!
this is Ipomoea palmata. railway creeper
... was not aware of Ipomoea palmata ... would have confused this plant with the regular Ipomoea cairica.
Ipomoea palmata ... put as synonym of Ipomoea cairica var. cairica.


 
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Twiner for id - 011112 ANB-0019 - Mumbai: I'd like to know the name of this vine growing on a palm tree. The flowers resemble the Ipomoea nil in one of my previous emails but these flowers are bigger and the leaves are completely different.
This is the Railway Glory [Ipomea cairica].
Yes
Ipomoea cairica


 
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Ipomoea cairica (L.) Sweet from Hooghly: Found this Ipomoea in a roadside wasteplace, yesterday.
Species : Ipomoea cairica (L.) Sweet
H & H : creeper-twiner
Date : 11/11/2012, 10.05 a.m.
Place : Hooghly
Yes ... Nice photographs
Thank you very much Sir. FoC states two varieties, will try to get leaf stats.
Attaching new photos recorded today, of the same plant & at the same place.
 
 
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Convolvulaceae Climber for ID: AVD:2:01042014 : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5).
Please help me in identifying the Convolvulaceae climber images attached herewith. 
Habitat: Along the river bank.
Habit: Climber 
Leaves: Palmatly divided in 7 lobes. Overall 3cm x 2.5 cm, lobes elliptic-lanceolate, acute, glabrous. leaves are very similar to Ipomoea cairica
Flowers: White in axillary cymes, 5.5 to 6 cm long, sepals 5, ovate, glabrous.
Merremia quinqufolia
Sorry. I ignored size of 5 cm. This is I. cairica alright. Flowers are often white.
Thank you for the id. The snow white flowers without even a tinge of purple actually put me off the track.
   
Ipomoea for ID : 040611 : AK-3: Taken at Nasik, Maharashtra on the 23rd of Feb, 2011.
Is this the common railway creeper? Those flowers are normally purple in color.
Could be white-flowered Ipomoea cairica 

I agree with .. it is Ipomoea cairica. See the link  

Flora of Panipat; Ipomoea cairica from Arya P G College Panipat Haryana: Sharing pics of Ipomoea cairica shot from Arya PG College Campus
This was growing wildly in a roadside area near Sondapur village Assandh Road Panipat before coming to my college. 

This, I think, is Ipomoea cairica only. Here the leaves divided up to their base. Whereas, in I. mauritiana the leaves not fully but parted till below middle only. 

Location- Place, Altitude, GPS-PUne
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- Garden but is growing rapidly like wild
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Climber
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- green 5 parts
Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts- lavender flowers
Fruits Type/ Shape/ Size Seeds-not seen 

Ipomoea cairica Sweet. Convolvulaceae. CN: [Malay - Seri pagi, Kangkong laut, Tetampajam], Mile-a-minute vine, Messina creeper, Cairo morning glory, Coast morning glory and Railroad creeper. A vining perennial with palmate leaves and large, showy white to lavender flowers. Each fruit matures at about 1 cm across and contains hairy seeds. Exact native range obscure and found pan-tropically. Weed; ornamental. Synonym(s):
Convolvulus cairicus L. (basionym)
Convolvulus heptaphyllus Rottler & Willd.
Ipomoea heptaphylla Voigt
Ipomoea palmata Forssk.
Ipomoea pulchella Roth
Ref and suggested reading:
www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?20148
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coast_Morning_Glory 


 
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One of the commonest yet most useful of the evergreen creepers, refreshing the eve in the hottest weather with its clear, green leaves and delicate, mauve blooms, the Railway Creeper is found in gardens, villages, and on practically every railway station, thus earning for itself its nickname.
This morning glory vine is beautiful, climbing on to whatever it finds - the purple flower studded vine wrapped around bending bamboo stems, is a pleasing sight.
Its stem is hairless, readily set roots when in touch with the earth. This species can be identified by its leaves which are hairless to 9cm long with 5-7 lobes, middle lobe the largest. Flowers purple, pink or rarely pinkish white, to 8cm across, solitary or in groups of 2-3. Fruit a 4-valved capsule, about 1cm across, each valve with 1 seed. Seed with wispy hairs attached. Spread by wind, water and humans.
Link


 
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Convolvulaceae Week: Ipomoea cairica from Delhi Ipomoea cairica (L.) Sweet, Hort. Brit. 287 287 1827. Syn: Convolvulus cairicus L.; ​Ipomoea palmata Forssk.; I. pulchella Wight (non Roth) 
Glabrous climber with deeply palmately divided leaves; segments 5,  lanceolate or elliptic, up to 5 cm long; flowers pale purple, up to 6 cm long, on 1-3 flowered peduncles. 

Commonly climbing on shrubs and trees. Photographed from Vikas Puri and Punjabi Bagh,  New Delhi.


Nice Shots of Railway Creeper Sir 


 
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Interesting (and rarely seen) dilute form with the much darker tube.


Convolvulaceae Week: Ipomoea cairica from Pune: Sharing images of Ipomoea cairica growing wild at Pune

Photographed in Oct 2011

Ref my previous post efloraofindia:''For Id 29102011MR2’’ mauve flowers, leaves 5 lobes Pune

identification credit ...


Sharing images of Ipomoea cairica growing wild at Pune

Photographed in Oct 2011

Ref my previous post efloraofindia:''For Id 09102011MR3’’ ?Ipomoea cairica flowers Pune

identification credit ...


I like the photo showing the sepals here:


Convolvulaceae week: RVS3: Ipomoea cairica:  Ipomoea cairica, from Bangalore...
Often called as Railway creeper as it is seen growing along Railway lines esp near Mumbai.
A naturalised climber.
I have often noticed that the the 2 basal lobes of the palmately divided leaf often have an additional partial lobe just like an appendage only in some leaves of the climber.
"I have often noticed that the the 2 basal lobes of the palmately divided leaf often have an additional partial lobe just like an appendage only in some leaves of the climber."
The structures you noticed occur on many multi-lobed Convolvulacea species and it is something that I watch for and have even selected for in my personal collection.


 
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Plant for ID-PC-45-27.09.2015 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)  
please identify the plant from Uttarakhanda.
Ipomea cairica aka Railway Creeper.. 
 
 
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ID of this plant from Mohali (mixed thread): Attachments (1)- 4 MB 
Place: Mohali, Punjab
Date: 09/06/17   

Likely to be Ipomoea cairica..

Botanical name - गरवेल in Marathi : 2 posts by 2 authors.
sir can I get botanical name ? - गरवेल in Marathi

... could be गारवेल ... Ipomoea cairica

  

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