Ipomoea abutiloides (Kunth) G.Don

Gen. Hist. 4: 273. 1838

Photograph taken by Maira Tatiana Martinez at the Bosque Seco Chiquitano in Lomerio, Bolivia. March 2019.
Photograph taken by Maira Tatiana Martinez at the Bosque Seco Chiquitano in Lomerio, Bolivia. March 2019.
Photograph taken by Xavier Cornejo in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2016.
Photograph taken by Xavier Cornejo in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2016.
Photograph taken by Xavier Cornejo in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2016.
Photograph taken by Xavier Cornejo in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2016.

A species scattered in seasonally dry tropical forests below 1000 m in South America, most common in the Chiquitano dry forest of eastern Bolivia, around Guayaquil (Ecuador) and in northern Colombia and Venezuela. Previously known as Turbina abutiloides (Kunth) O'Donell, this formerly recognised genus is now treated as a synonym of Ipomoea.

COUNTRIES: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela.

DNA SEQUENCES: J.R.I. Wood, 24230 (ITS); J.R.I. Wood, 26090 (ITS); J.R.I. Wood, 26136 (ITS); J.R.I. Wood, 27315 (ITS); J.R.I. Wood, 27516 (ITS); N.L. Menezes, SPF22575 (ITS).


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