Ipomoea indica (Burm.) Merr.
  • Interpr. Herb. Amboin.
  • corriola


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General Information

Herbs twining or sometimes prostrate, with ± densely retrorse pilose axial parts. Stems 3-6 m, sometimes rooting at nodes. Petiole 2-18 cm; leaf blade ovate or circular, 5-15 X 3.5-14 cm, abaxially densely short, soft, pubescent, adaxially ± sparsely pubescent, base cordate, margin entire or ± 3-lobed, apex acuminate or abruptly acuminate. Inflorescences dense umbellate cymes, several flowered; peduncle 4-20 cm; bracts linear, sometimes lanceolate. Pedicel 2-5(-8) mm. Sepals subequal, 1.4-2.2 cm, gradually linear-acuminate apically, glabrous to appressed pilose; outer 3 lanceolate to broadly lanceolate; inner 2 narrowly lanceolate. Corolla bright blue or bluish purple, aging reddish purple or red, with a paler center, funnelform, 5-8 cm, glabrous. Stamens included. Pistil included; ovary glabrous. Stigma 3-lobed. Capsule ± globose, 1-1.3 cm in diam. Seeds ca. 5 mm. 2n = 30*.

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    28. Ipomoea indica (Burm.) Merr., Interpr. Herb. Amboin. 445 (1917). Convolvulus indicus Burm., Herb. Amboin. Auctuar. 7: [6] (1755). Lectotipo (designado por Fosberg, (1976): Besler, Hort. Eyst. Aest. Ord. 8: t. 2 (1613). Ilustr.: Austin, Fl. Venez. Guayana 4: 404, t. 317 (1998). N.v.: Quilamula, sayün, G; gloria de la mañana, B.

    Por D.F. Austin, J.A. McDonald y G. Murguía-Sánchez.

    Convolvulusacuminatus Vahl, Ipomoea acuminata (Vahl) Roem. et Schult. non Ruiz et Pav., I. cathartica Poir., I. learii Knight ex Paxton, I. mutabilis Ker Gawl.

    Enredaderas,volubles a rastreras, perennes; tallos 3-4 m, glabros o puberulento-plateados.Hojas 3-14 cm, redondeado-ovadas, enteras a 3-lobadas, rara vez 5-7-lobadas,densamente pilosas a glabras. Inflorescencias monocasiales a dicasiales,simples o compuestas. Flores 1-25; sépalos 14-21 mm, más o menos iguales,lanceolados a ovados, adpreso-pubescentes a glabros, el ápice acuminado; corola5-7 cm, infundibuliforme, azul a morada, a veces blanca, con la gargantablanca, glabra. Cápsulas 6-12 mm, redondeadas, deprimidas, 3-lobuladas;semillas 1-6, 3-4 mm, parduscas, pardo o negras, glabras o puberulentas.Floración todo el año. Matorrales por caminos en áreas húmedas. T (Orozco 417, XAL); Ch (Breedlove yThorne 21258, MO); Y (Cabrera yCabrera 13697, MO); C (Cabrera14799, MEXU); QR (Cabrera yDurán 500, MEXU); B (Dwyer 14660, MO); G (Ortiz 259, MO); H (Molina R. y Molina24671, DUKE); N (Moreno ySandino 12024, MO); CR (Hammel et al. 18648, MO); P (Lewis et al. 782, MO). 0-1600 m. (Estados Unidos [Florida aTexas], México [desde Tamaulipas hasta Veracruz y Oaxaca], Mesoamérica,Colombia, Venezuela, Guayanas, Perú, Bolivia, Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina,Antillas, trópicos del Viejo Mundo.)

    Ipomoea indica es una especie medicinal.

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    Ipomoea indica (Burm.) Merr., Interpr. Herb. Amboin. 445. 1917; Convolvulus indicus Burm.; I. acuminata (Vahl) Roem. & Schult.; C. acuminatus Vahl; I. cathartica Poir.; I. congesta R. Br.; I. vahliana House.

    Trepadoras perennes; tallos herbáceos a leñosos cerca de la base, volubles, piloso-adpresos a glabros. Hojas generalmente 3-lobadas, ovado-redondeadas, 5–9 cm de largo y 4–8 cm de ancho, acuminadas en el ápice, cordadas en la base, enteras, densamente pilosas a glabrescentes. Inflorescencias cimosas o las flores solitarias, generalmente blanco-pilosas; sépalos lanceolados a ovados o ampliamente ovados, 10–20 mm de largo, acuminados a largamente acuminados en el ápice, piloso-adpresos a glabrescentes; corola infundibuliforme, 5–7 cm de largo, glabra, azul o purpúrea con la garganta blanca, a veces todo el limbo blanco. Frutos globosos a algo aplastados, 0.6–0.9 cm de largo y hasta 1 cm de ancho, glabros, cafés; semillas 3–4 mm de largo, café claras a café obscuras.

    Común cerca de las costas, más escasa en las tierras interiores, generalmente en sitios alterados y campos abandonados en las zonas norcentral y atlántica; 0–1400 m; fl y fr durante todo el año; Moreno 12024, 12500; Estados Unidos (Florida) hasta Sudamérica, también en el Caribe.

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    Bejuco; tallos adpreso-pubescentes, rara vez con raíces en los nudos. Hojas 5–13 X 3–12 cm, rómbico- ovadas, cordadas en la base, agudas a acuminadas o (raramente) obtusas en el ápice, no lobuladas o trilobuladas, densamente pilosas en ambas caras a glabras. Infls. de 1–3(–10) fls.; pedúnculo (1–)3–15 cm, cilíndrico, pubescente; brácteas 5–20 mm, ± persistentes. Fls. aromáticas, los sépalos subiguales, 10–20 mm, lanceolados a ovados, abruptamente acuminados y no mucronatos en el ápice, pubescentes a glabrescentes, el margen membranáceo; corola morada a azul, a veces blanca (con la garganta blanca), 50–80 mm, en forma de embudo, glabra por fuera; estigmas trilobulados. Frs. 0.6–0.9 cm, ± globosos, glabros; semillas café, glabras.

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    Diagnostic Description

    Distinguished from the closely related I. nil and I. purpurea by its glabrous or adpressed hairy lanceolate sepals and trichomes which are slender and soft. Keeler & Kaul (1979: 946) studied the petiolar nectaries in this species.

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    Morphology

    Perennial climbing herb. Leaf lamina ovate in outline, entire or prominently 3-lobed, cordate at base, lobes acuminate; pilose to glabrescent. Sepals lanceolate, softly pubescent or glabrescent. Corolla 50-80 mm long. Flowers blue or mauve-purple, often tinged red.

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    Herbaceous climber, at least sometimes perennial. Stems terete or subangular, pilose to glabrescent, up to several metres long, can root at nodes when prostrate. Leaves cordate to orbicular in outline, 40-170 x 30-160 mm, entire, apex acuminate and mucronate, base cordate, rarely broadly 3-lobed nearly to middle, margin entire, lower surface often densely hairy, upper surface less densely hairy; petiole hairy, 20-180 mm long. Peduncles pilose, 5-200 mm long, 1-several flowers in axillary cymes; pedicels 2-15 mm long, bracteoles linear to rarely foliaceous. Sepals unequal, glabrous to adpressed, hairy, particularly at base, lanceolate to ovate-lanceolate, 14-22 mm long, apex attenuate or acuminate, inner ones narrower. Corolla funnel-shaped, 50-80 mm long and wide, glabrous, bluish or reddish purple, limb darker than tube, tube whitish at base. Capsule globose, glabrous. Seeds black, glabrous. Flowering time throughout the year, mostly in spring and summer.

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    Habit

    Liana/volúvel/trepadeira

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    • Habitat

      Cultivated as ornamental, naturalized in waste places.

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      Often occurring as a weed in waste places and roadsides.

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      Distribution

      Found naturalised in Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Swaziland, KwaZulu-Natal, the Eastern and Western Cape. Introduced to southern Africa about a century ago.

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      Distribution Map

       
      • Native distribution
      Found in
      • Southern America Brazil Amapí
      • Amazonas
      • Alagoas
      • Bahia
      • Ceará
      • Paraába
      • Pernambuco
      • Rio Grande do Norte
      • Sergipe
      • Paraní
      • Rio Grande do Sul
      • Santa Catarina
      • Espirito Santo
      • Minas Gerais
      • Rio de Janeiro
      • São Paulo
      • Brazilia Distrito Federal
      • Goiás
      • Mato Grosso
      • Mato Grosso do Sul

      Other Local Names

      NameLanguageCountry
      corriolaPortuguese
      JetiranaPortuguese
      campainhaPortuguese
      Corda-de-violaPortuguese

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