Ipomoea pes-caprae

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Noun1.Ipomoea pes-caprae - a prostrate perennial of coastal sand dunes Florida to TexasIpomoea pes-caprae - a prostrate perennial of coastal sand dunes Florida to Texas
morning glory - any of various twining vines having funnel-shaped flowers that close late in the day
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(*) Asterales: Asteraceae Helianthus annuus (*) Asterales: Asteraceae Ipomoea pes-caprae Solanales: Convolvulaceae Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (*) Saxifragales: Crassulaceae Mangifera indica Sapindales: Anacardiaceae Portulaca oleracea (*) Caryophyllales: Portulacaceae Swietenia mahagoni Sapindales: Meliaceae Tagetes patula Asterales: Asteraceae Zinnia elegans (*) Asterales: Asteraceae Food plant Common name Reference Aloe indica Aloe Raut & Barker (2002) Annona squamosa Sugar apple Rao & Singh (2002) Cosmos spp.
Ipomoea pes-caprae or goat's foot (named after its bi-lobed leaf structure) or beach morning glory, is a pantropical, perennial, coastal sand dune plant and belongs to the family Convolvulaceae.
lutzae because the plants of these areas are also an important food source to these lizards (Rocha, 1991), especially the leaves and flowers of four species (Blutaparon portulacoides, Alternanthera maritima, Ipomoea pes-caprae and I.
Ipomoea pes-caprae was the dominant species in warm seasons and Croton punctatus was dominant in winter.
Ipomoea pes-caprae and Merremia borneensis in the morning glow family don't track the sun's passage exactly, but they do generally keep blooms facing sun-ward during the flowering season, say Sandra Patino of the Instituto Humboldt in Bogota, Colombia, and her colleagues.
formicarius are startled by a strong stimulus, they fall from the leaves of host plants (e.g., sweetpotato Ipomoea batatas, railroad vine Ipomoea pes-caprae, and blue morning glory Ipomoea indica) to the ground and feign death by becoming extremely rigid.
(both Compositae), Ipomoea imperati (Vahl) Grisebach, Ipomoea pes-caprae (L.) R.