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The fruit in the photo here :https://lh4.ggpht.com/QyLIO06xF_QJrGsVnv...is remaining erect , that means by the relevant professional treatments , it CAN'T be Ipomoea coccinea , but does match Ipomoea hederifolia exactly... Will someone be updating the ID of this entry ?
The fruit in the photo here:http://lh4.ggpht.com/QyLIO06xF_QJrGsVnv9...is remaining erect , which means it can't be Ipomoea coccinea but is Ipomoea hederifolia.
The 4th photo clearly shows fully erect seedpod pedicels which means it isn't Ipomoea coccinea but it completely consistent for Ipomoea hederifolia.The 2 species are visually very similar but have different chromosome counts and are chemo-taxonomically different.
That is a beautiful flower
Spotted on Apr 6, 2012 Submitted on Apr 6, 2012