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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diiplocyclos A general description, with any kind of information about the taxon. It could also cover phenomena such as “plant flowering” or “chewing rates”. Fruits – green, riped fruits -red. Share this image — Hide sharing options. Staminodes 3, about 3 mm long, densely hairy. Does not include altitudinal distribution, which is covered under Habitat.

Enumerates geographic entities where the taxon lives. Cooper Cotyledon and 1st leaf stage, epigeal germination. Also there is a single female flower at the base of male raceme. Zehneria indica from Dakpathar: Books on Indian Flora.


Copyright Barry Jago Male flowers. Yes its a Maharashtra special I guess Flower In coaxillary clusters, monoecious; greenish-yellow. So Not from Solanaceae but from Cucurbitaceae.

Cucurbitaceae – efloraofindia Google Groups. May be referred to as or include habit, defined as the characteristic mode of growth or occurrence associated to its environment, particularly for plants. Names of Plants in India:: Diplocyclos palmatus from way to Chakrata: Fruits ovoid to ellipsoidabout x mm, surface ornamented with irregular longitudinal markings. Ctenolepis is very distinct pamlatus having a large ciliate foliaceous ciliate bract at the base of the petiole.

The vine grows in thickets, monsoon forests, lowland and upland disturbed areas, and mountain rain forest. Natural History Natural History Cyclicity.

This climber was common by the roadside near the Kanha National Park in Dec Media related to Diplocyclos palmatus at Wikimedia Commons.

Diplocyclos palmatus – Wikipedia

Flowers monoecious; male and female flowers in axilliary clusters; calyx palmatuss, lobes 5, to 1 mm long, linear; corolla greenish-yellow, to 5 mm, ovate-acute; stamens 3, free, inserted at idplocyclos middle of calyx-tube, anther cells slightly flexuous; staminodes 3; ovary globose; ovules few; horizontal; stigma 3-fid, papillose.


Angiosperm diversity in Doaba region of Punjab, India Desc: Stem more or less scabrous. Seems to be fruits of Trichosanthes indica Beng, Telkuchathe climber is already dead, the fruits await ripening then turns red and dispersal through birds This should be the Lollipop ClimberDiplocyclos palmatus of Cucurbitaceae.

Yes, a common climbing herb of Hills. Identity of the climber – efloraofindia Google Groups.

Diplocyclos palmatus

Cotyledons about mm long. Comprising its size, shape, texture and orientation.

Herb from Chitrakoot – efloraofindia Google Groups. Fruit A globose berry, with ventrical greenish and white patches; seeds ovoid, turgid.

Upper surface of the leaf blade clothed in scattered scabrid hairs. Lindsey Paretti – Blood Island.

Cucurbits are usually climbers with tendrils, not found in Solanum. But it is not solanum sp.