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Combretaceae (rangoon creeper family) » Calycopteris floribunda

kal-ee-koh-OP-ter-iss -- from the Greek kalyx (covering) and pteron (wing) flor-ih-BUN-duh -- meaning, free-flowering or many flowers

commonly known as: paper-flower climber • Bengali: gaichha lata • Hindi: kokoray • Kannada: enjarigekubsa, marasadaboli • Malayalam: pullani • Marathi: झाल jhaal, उक्षी ukshi • Oriya: dhonoti • Sanskrit: shvetadhataki, susavi • Tamil: minnargodi, pullanji valli • Telugu: adivijama, murugudutige

References: Flowers of IndiaCommon Indian Wild Flowers by Isaac Kehimkar

Source Paper-flower Climber
Author Dinesh Valke from Thane, India


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