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SOLVED: ID for this Twiner of Fabaceae

MADURAI, TAMIL NADU, India

This wild twiner with a beautiful purplish pink flowers and elongated pods of 5 inches attracted me much, please identify.

Jj

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Darwin, Australia

Looks like a Centrosema.

MADURAI, TAMIL NADU, India

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dinesh_valke/30569452703/

Darwiniensis Darwin, Australia

Dinesh Valke recorded all the plants of Western Ghats

You are correct, I collected the seeds of Centrosema pubescens, wild in Cape Comorin

Jj

Thank you

Attached herewith Pictures of Lechenaultia macrantha - Wreath flower

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Darwin, Australia

Wow, that Lechenaultia is stunning! It certainly likes that disturbed soil along the graded road verge.

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