Abstract. The plant Diplocyclos palmatus (L.) Jeffry is well known as Shivalingi. It is a seasonal climber plant which includes rich medicinal. Diplocyclos palmatus (L.) y subsp. palmatus, Kew Bulletin 45(2): ( ), Type:?. Diplocyclos palmatus subsp. palmatus , Kew Bulletin. Lollipop Climber is a perennial climber with hairless stem, becoming thickened and white dotted on the ridges when older. Leaves are broadly.

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This pakmatus Diplocyclos palmatus L. First pair of true leaves deeply 3-lobed or trifoliolatemargins toothed. Embed this Arkive thumbnail link “portlet” by copying and pasting the code below.

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Upper surface of the leaf blade hispidclothed in short hairs. Flowers monoecious; male and female flowers in axilliary clusters; calyx campanulate, lobes 5, to 1 mm long, linear; corolla greenish-yellow, to 5 mm, ovate-acute; stamens 3, free, inserted at the middle of calyx-tube, anther cells slightly flexuous; staminodes 3; ovary globose; ovules few; horizontal; stigma 3-fid, papillose. The prominent leaves in the image are of a different plant. Found this climber commonly growing in wild on shrubs Demography and Conservation Demography and Conservation.

User specific search options User. Species specific search options Taxon Hierarchy. All districts Tamil Nadu: Leaves deeply 5-lobed, membraneous, loosely villous on both sides, bracts stipuliform, ciliate.

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Share this image — Hide sharing options. JeffreyKew Bull. Picture shows it is a climber and not a shruby sp. Copyright Barry Jago Male flowers. Its main goal is summarize the most relevant or attractive characteristics of this taxon to the general public. Best supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 3. A general description, with any kind of information about the taxon. Most probably most of the solanum sp. Hypanthium mm long, calyx lobes about 2 mm long, bases inflatedlobes spreading.

Flower In coaxillary clusters, monoecious; greenish-yellow. Naudin refers to a species that does not occur in India see.

Citrullus colocynthisa sister species of watermelon C. A globose berry, with diplocycloos greenish and white patches; seeds ovoid, turgid. Does not include altitudinal distribution, which is covered under Habitat. Leaf blades about x cm, petioles about cm long.

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For more details, pl. Seeds enclosed in mucilaginous sap. I, Bryonopsis laciniosa sensu Naud. At the tenth leaf stage: Zehneria indica from Dakpathar: Related observations Show all. Technology Biodiversity in India. Send a request for permission. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Radicle straight, very short, about 0. Altitudinal range in northern Australia from near sea level to m.

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Information on Diplocyclos palmatus is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly. Very clear pics Attaching my pics which I posted just the other day from Pune showing red fruits.

Perennial climbing herb with palmately usually 5-lobed leaves; flowers white or cream, male in fascicles, female solitary or clustered in same axil diplocyyclos male; fruit globose or ovoid, lined or variegated, finally red. Technology partner Strand Life Sciences. Aarey area – Goregaon – Mumbai – Dec’09? Petiole to 7 cm long. Seeds about per fruiteach seed about mm long, irregularly shaped, vaguely like tear drops or bird skulls. Diplocyclos palmatus from way to Chakrata Shivalingi Bel.

Dry stem, no leaves probably palmattus. Also there is a single female flower at the base of male raceme. Books on Indian Flora. It does appear to be Diplocyclos palmatus. Two anthers bilocular, one anther unilocular. Dave’s Botanary diplocycllos — shaped like the palm of the hand