Ipomoea littoralis

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Ipomoea littoralis - Vines. Leaves coriaceous, broadly ovate to oblong in outline or orbicular to raniform, very variable in size, the margins entire, undulate, angular-toothed, 3 –lobed, or less commonly 5 – 7 lobed, basally cordate, apically acute, obtuse or retuse, mucronulate, upper and lower surfaces glabrous. Inflorescence axillary, flowers usually solitary, less commonly cymose. Fruit capsular, depressed-globose, brown. Seeds black or brown, glabrous.

Scientific Name Ipomoea littoralis
Family Name CONVOLVULACEAE
English Name
Local Name Thel kola (තැල් කොළ)
Sanskrit Name
Conservation Status NT (NCS)-2012
Status Native
Edible Parts None

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