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Ron Kushner

Ron Kushner

Experienced ID'ing within Convolvulaceae. I trade seeds of rare/unusual MorningGlory species. www.projectnoah.org/users/ron.convolvulaceae

Netcong,NJ 07857 USA

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Ron Kushner Star Glory
Star Glory commented on by Ron Kushner Singapore5 years ago

I agree with the ID of Ipomoea quamoclit.

Ron Kushner Morning Glory
Morning Glory commented on by Ron Kushner Kerala, India5 years ago

The sepals (if you enlarge the photo) are consistent with I.hederifolia but not I.quamoclit.
The leaves are not finely divided as in I.quamoclit, but basically entire with some peripheral points.

Ron Kushner Moonflower / Moon Vine
Moonflower / Moon Vine commented on by Ron Kushner Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India5 years ago

I agree with the ID of Ipomoea alba.

Ron Kushner Obscure Morning Glory
Obscure Morning Glory commented on by Ron Kushner Thailand5 years ago

I agree with the ID of Ipomoea obscura.

Ron Kushner Obscure Morning Glory
Obscure Morning Glory commented on by Ron Kushner Singapore5 years ago

I agree with the ID of Ipomoea obscura.

Ron Kushner Gairo Morning Glory (五爪金龍 /五葉藤)
Gairo Morning Glory (五爪金龍 /五葉藤) commented on by Ron Kushner Lat: 22.33 Lon: 114.265 years ago

I agree with the ID of Ipomoea cairica.

Ron Kushner Moonflower
Moonflower commented on by Ron Kushner Maryland, USA5 years ago

I agree with the ID of Ipomoea alba.

Ron Kushner Beach morning glory
Beach morning glory commented on by Ron Kushner Tampa, Florida, USA5 years ago

I agree with the ID of Ipomoea pes-caprae.

Ron Kushner Star Ipomoea
Star Ipomoea commented on by Ron Kushner จังหวัดเชียงราย, Thailand5 years ago

The bloom looks to be Ipomoea quamoclit, yet there are zero leaves of I.quamoclit in the photo...the bloom seems to just appear out of nowhere...

Ron Kushner Obscure Morning Glory
Obscure Morning Glory commented on by Ron Kushner Surabaya, Indonesia5 years ago

I agree with the ID of Ipomoea obscura.

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