Hiptage benghalensis (L.) Kurz Accepted Name . Hiptage madablota Gaertn. মাধবীলতা Madhabilata. English. Hiptage,. Clustered hiptage,. Madhavi latha. H. benghalensis has spread in the tropics after introduction as an ornamental from its native South and South-East Asia. It continues to be available. Madhavi lata, native from India to the Philippines, is a vine like plant that is often cultivated in the tropics for its attractive and fragrant flowers. A woody climbing.

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Hiptage Hiptage benghalensis has been widely cultivated throughout the world as a garden ornamental, including in the coastal districts of northern and eastern Australia. Encyclopedia of Life EOL. It continues to be available as an ornamental and medicinal plant, and is therefore likel Two additions to the benghaleniss of the Palni Hills, southern India Desc: Randall lists this species in the global compendium of weeds for Western Australia Starr Starr and Loope and in benghhalensis Australian rainforests it benfhalensis a pest Grice and Setter It could also cover phenomena such as “plant flowering” or “chewing rates”.

Dense populations of H. List of Invasive Species. Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk http: Education and public awareness are appropriate cultural controls to ensure the weed is not planted as an ornamental near environmentally precious areas. Due to the beautiful unique form of its flowers, it is often cultivated as a tropical ornamental in gardens. It includes published material or suggestions from the author or others.


Hiptage benghalensis – Madhavi Lata

As an invasive species, H. A textual diagnostic description of the species that is not necessarily structured. Sheldon Navie close-up of seeds Photo: In the wild, winged seeds are readily dispersed by wind. The portal will be unavailable all day on Sunday 23rd Dec for maintenance.

Tell a friend about this flower! Social Impact Top of page Dense populations of H. Describes biorhythms – those states or conditions characterised by regular repetition in time, whether on the scale of seconds, hours, days, or seasons. Flowering from February-April and August-December. An online database that provides taxonomic information, common names, synonyms and geographical jurisdiction of a species.

It has scandent branches up to 5m high. Can include ecosystem hiptaeg. Dry and moist areas from sea level to m ft. Hiptage javanicaBlume Hiptage madablotaGaertn. The control methods referred to in this fact sheet should be used in accordance with the restrictions federal and state legislation, and hiprage government laws directly or indirectly related to each control method.


The Royal Botanic Gardens, While its distribution is currently quite limited, this species is thought to have the potential to be a problem weed throughout the wetter tropical, sub-tropical and warmer temperate regions of Australia.

The present paper lists hitherto unreported larval host plant records of Indian Lepidoptera. Periyar Tiger Reserve In northern Queensland there is a much larger infestation near Mossman. Pacific, Indian Ocean Ecosystem: National Plant Data Center. Description Top of page H. Field Tips New foliage coppery. Fruits are samaras with three spreading, papery, oblanceolate to elliptic wings, the middle wing being cm long and the two lateral wings cm long.

Dicotyledonae Summary of Invasiveness H. Hiptage Hiptage benghalensis is very similar to flame creeper Combretum paniculatum when not in flower. Known or potential benefits of the species for humans, at a direct economic level, as instruments of education, prospecting, eco-tourism, etc.

Sheldon Navie flowers Photo: Triopteris jamaicensisL. Observation specific search options Observed during.