Ipomoea mauritiana Jacq.
  • Collectanea


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2020): Ipomoea mauritiana Jacq. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-0001298779. Accessed on: 04 Dec 2020'

General Information

37. Ipomoeamauritiana Jacq., Collectanea 4: 216 (1790 [1791]). Tipo: planta deMauricio cultivada en Viena; probablemente no preservada. Ilustr.: Austin, Fl. Venez. Guayana 4: 403, t. 313 (1998).

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

Convolvuluspaniculatus L., Ipomoea digitata auct. non L., I.paniculata (L.) R. Br. non Burm. f.

Trepadorasperennes; tallos quizás c. 5 m, volubles, leñosos en su parte inferior yherbáceos hacia el ápice, glabros. Hojas 5-8 × 5-8 cm, palmatilobadas con(3-)5-7(-9) lobos, los lobos ovados, rara vez enteras, orbiculares en su formageneral, glabras o con pocos tricomas, la base cordata a truncada, el ápiceacuminado. Inflorescencias cimosas a compuesto-cimosas. Flores 3-numerosas;sépalos 6-12 mm, orbiculares a elípticos, marcadamente convexos y abrazando lacorola, glabros; corola 4-6 cm, infundibuliforme, rojo-morada a rosada, glabra.Cápsulas 1.2-1.4 cm, ovoides, glabras; semillas 1-4, 8-10 mm, negras, conlargos tricomas lanosos. Floración y fructificación durante todo el año, conmás frecuencia ago.-jun. Ocasional a rara en playas arenosas, bosques aledaños inundados, en matorrales y en otros sitios alterados, aveces cultivada. B (Gentle 3617, MO); H (Nelson y Romero 4255, MO); N (Moreno 12360, MO); CR (Wilkin 119, MO); P (Pittier 4392, US).0(-100) m. (Mesoamérica, Colombia, Venezuela, Guayanas, Ecuador, Perú,Brasil, Antillas, Viejo Mundo.)

Con frecuenciaIpomoea mauritianaes erróneamente identificada como I. digitataL., especie endémica de La Española.

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    Herbs perennial, twining, with glabrous or minutely muricate axial parts. Roots tuberous. Stems to 10 m, thinly angular. Petiole 3-11 cm; leaf blade circular in outline, 7-18 X 7-22 cm, usually palmately 5-7-divided to or beyond middle, rarely entire or shallowly lobed; segments lanceolate or elliptic, glabrous or sparsely pubescent along midvein, entire or irregularly undulate, apex acuminate or acute, mucronulate. Inflorescences few to many flowered; peduncle 2.5-20 cm; bracts early deciduous. Pedicel 0.9-2.2 cm. Sepals ± circular, oblong to broadly elliptic, concave, equal or outer 2 shorter, 7-12 mm, glabrous, apex obtuse. Corolla pink or reddish purple, with a darker center, funnelform, 5-6 cm; limb 5-7 cm in diam., undulate. Stamens included. Pistil included; ovary glabrous. Stigma 2-lobed. Capsule ovoid, 1.2-1.4 cm. Seeds dark brown, ca. 6 mm, woolly-sericeous with long, easily detached hairs. 2n = 30.

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    Ipomoea mauritiana Jacq., Collectanea 4: 216. 1791; Convolvulus paniculatus L.; I. paniculata (L.) R. Br.

    Trepadoras perennes; tallos volubles, leñosos en su parte inferior y herbáceos hacia el ápice, glabros. Hojas palmadamente lobadas con (3–) 5–7 (–9) lobos, raramente enteras, orbiculares en su forma general, 5–8 cm de largo y de ancho, acuminadas en el ápice, cordadas a truncadas en la base, glabras o con pocos tricomas, los lobos ovados. Inflorescencias cimosas a cimoso-compuestas; sépalos orbiculares a elípticos, 6–12 mm de largo, marcadamente convexos y abrazando la corola, glabros; corola infundibuliforme, 4–6 cm de largo, glabra, rojo-purpúrea a rosada. Frutos ovoides, 1.2–1.4 cm de largo y 1–1.2 cm de ancho, glabros; semillas 8–10 mm de largo, con largos tricomas lanosos, negras.

    Ocasional a rara en playas arenosas y bosques aledaños inundados, en matorrales y en otros sitios alterados, a veces cultivada, en Zelaya; raramente más de 100 m; fl y fr durante todo el año, con frecuencia ago–jun; Moreno 12360, Stevens 20672; Belice a Nicaragua, Panamá hasta Sudamérica, también en las Antillas; introducida al Viejo Mundo. Con frecuencia erróneamente identificada como I. digitata L.

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    Vines; stems woody below, herbaceous nearer the tips, glabrous. Leaves orbicular in outline, palmately lobed with (3-)5-7(-9) lobes, rarely entire, 5-8 cm long, cordate or truncate basally, the lobes ovate, acuminate apically, gla- brous or with scattered trichomes. Flowers in few- to many-flowered cymose inflorescences; sepals orbicular or elliptic, 6-12 mm long, markedly convex and clasping the corolla, subcoriaceous, glabrous; corollas reddish-purple to rose pink, 4-6 cm long. Fruits capsular, ovoid, 1.2-1.4 cm long, glabrous; seeds black, comose.

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    Hierba rastrera o bejuco; tallos glabros, sin raíces en los nudos. Hojas 5–13 X 8–13 cm, ovadas a orbiculares, cordadas a subtruncadas en la base, agudas a acuminadas en el ápice, ± palmadamente 3–9-lobuladas, glabras en ambas caras o con pocos tricomas en el haz en la unión con el pecíolo. Infls. de 3–20+ fls.; pedúnculo 2–10 cm, cilíndrico, glabro a esparcidamente puberulento; brácteas desconocidas (caedizas). Fls. con los sépalos iguales, 6–12 mm, elípticos a orbiculares, obtusos a redondeados y no mucronatos en el ápice, glabros, el margen coriáceo a indistintamente hialino; corola rosada a rojo morado, 40–60 mm, en forma de embudo, glabra por fuera; estigmas bilobulados. Frs. 1.2–1.4 cm, ovoides, glabros; semillas negras, lanosas.

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    Morphology

    Widely climbing glabrous hollow stems

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    Perennial with a large tuberous root

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    Conspicuous rose-red flowers 2-21/2 in. long in pedunculate cymes.

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    Inflorescences few- to many-flowered; peduncles 2.5–20 cm. long; pedicels 0.9–2.5 cm. long; flower-buds globular.

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    Leaf-blade orbicular in outline, entire or palmately 3–9-lobed, 6–24 cm. long, 6–18 cm. wide, cordate or truncate at the base; lobes lanceolate to ovate, acuminate at the apex, entire; petiole 3–11 cm. long.

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    Large, glabrous liane with tuberous roots; stems twining.

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    Sepals markedly convex, clasping the corolla-tube, orbicular or elliptic, 6–12 mm. long.

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    Capsule ovoid, obtuse, 1.2–1.4 cm. long.

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    Corolla reddish-purple, funnel-shaped, with the tube narrow below, 5–6 cm. long.

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    Seeds 6–7 mm. long, black, covered with ± 7 mm. long silky hairs.

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    Seeds black, covered with silky hairs more or less 7 mm. long.

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    Capsule ovoid or globose, obtuse, glabrous.

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    Corolla funnel-shaped with spreading limb, and narrow tube below, reddish-purple or mauve with darker centre, 5–6 cm. long.

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    Sepals markedly convex, clasping the corolla tube, orbicular or elliptic, 6–12 mm. long.

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    Large glabrous perennial twiner, occasionally prostrate, with large tuberous roots.

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    Leaf lamina circular in outline, entire or palmately 3–9-lobed, 5–20 × 6–15 cm., cordate or truncate at the base; lobes lanceolate to ovate, acuminate, minutely mucronate, at apex, entire; petiole 3–11 cm. long, smooth or muriculate.

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    Stems twining, terete, becoming woody.

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    Inflorescence few to many-flowered; peduncle 2·5–18 cm. long, terete but often angular and cymosely branched near the apex; pedicels terete, 9–25 mm. long; flower-buds globular.

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    Large, glabrous, perennial liana. Roots tuberous. Stems twining, rarely prostrate, hollow, becoming woody. Leaves ovate-cordate to orbicular in outline, 60-200 x 60-150 mm, base cordate or truncate, entire to shallowly lobed or palmately dissected beyond the middle; lobes 3-9, lanceolate to ovate, entire, apex acuminate to obtuse; petiole smooth or muriculate, 30-110 mm long. Peduncles terete to angular, cymosely branched near apex, few- to many-flowered, 25-200 mm long; pedicels 9-25 mm long. Sepals equal or outer ones shorter, all suborbicular or outer ones narrower, obtuse, markedly convex, coriaceous, 6-12 mm long. Corolla funnel-shaped with spreading limb, 50-60 mm long, 60-70 mm wide, tube narrow below and then widening, reddish purple or mauve with darker centre. Capsule globose or ovoid, 12-14 mm long. Seeds black, 5-7 mm long, with ±7 mm long whitish silky hairs.

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    Habit

    Liana/volúvel/trepadeira

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    • Vines

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      Habitat

      Circumtropical, mostly in lowland rain forest, riverine bush, secondary woodland and swampy areas, especially in coastal parts, often on sandy soils, also along roadsides.

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      Distribution

      pantropical in distribution.

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      Found along the coastal strip of KwaZulu-Natal.

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      Distribution Map

       
      • Native distribution
      Found in
      • Southern America Brazil Amapí
      • Amazonas
      • Parí
      • Maranh
      • Mato Grosso

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