Botanical name: Porana volubilis Family: Convolvulaceae (Morning glory family)
Horse-Tail Creeper is is a very large climber, with hairless, warted branches. Leaves are about 6 cm by 4 cm, ovate, base rounded to heart- shaped, carried on 1.5 cm long stalks. Flower are borne in very large panicles which are minutely yellowish-velvety. Flower stalks are 0-6 mm long. Sepals are 5 mm, oblong. Flowers are about 1 cm, white, limb distinctly lobed. Style is bipartite, stigmas small. Capsule is 4 mm across, round, with persisent spoon-shaped sepals. Horse-Tail Creeper is found in SE Asia and Andaman islands.
Identification credit: Sandhya, Tanay Bose
The flower labeled Horse-Tail Creeper is ...