Web References for the Asclepiadaceae. Vascular Plant Image Library Images of the Asclepiadaceae
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Araujia angustifolia from the Tropical Plant Database
Araujia sericifera image page from CalPhotos
Araujia sericofera image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias albicans image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias albicans species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias amplexicaulis species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Asclepias amplexicaulis - Native, from College Station, TX. (flower - side view) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias amplexicaulis - Native, from College Station, TX. (flower - front view) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias amplexicaulis - Native. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias amplexicaulis - Native. (inflorescence) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias amplexicaulis image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias amplexicaulis image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias angustifolia species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias arenaria (Sand milkweed) image page from Pasture and Roadside Flowering Plants of Goodwell and Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma
Asclepias asperula image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias asperula (spider milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias asperula species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Asclepias asperula - Native, from Serpentine outcrop, Gillespie Co., TX. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias asperula - Native, from Serpentine outcrop, Gillespie Co., TX. (inflorescence with pollinators) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias asperula - Native, from Serpentine outcrop, Gillespie Co., TX. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias asperula - Native, from Serpentine outcrop, Gillespie Co., TX. (flower close-up) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias asperula image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias asperula species image page from Plant photos of Melody Lytle
Asclepias asperula species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias asperula (Antelope horns) image page from Pasture and Roadside Flowering Plants of Goodwell and Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma
Asclepias asperula species page from Texas Toxic Plant Database
Asclepias asperula image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Asclepias asperula ssp. asperula image page from Native Plants of South Texas
Asclepias asperula ssp. asperula species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias brachystephana species page from Chihuahuan Desert Plants
Asclepias brachystephana species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias californica image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias californica ssp. greenei image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias cordifolia image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias cordifolia from the Oregon Flora Image Project
Asclepias cryptoceras from the Arches National Park, Moab, Utah, USA
Asclepias cryptoceras species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias curassavica image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias curassavica species page from Chihuahuan Desert Plants
Asclepias curassavica species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Asclepias curassavica (Scarlet Milkweed) species page from the Flowers of India
Asclepias curassavica - Cultivated. (flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias curassavica - Cultivated. (flower - top view) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias curassavica - Cultivated. (flower - side view) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias curassavica - Cultivated. (flower - side view) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias curassavica - Cultivated. (flower - pollinia) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias curassavica - Cultivated. (flower - pollinia) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias curassavica (pollinator - butterfly--Gulf Fritillary)
Asclepias curassavica species page from Cal's Plant of the Week
Asclepias curassavica from the Tropical Plant Database
Asclepias curassivica - flowers and fruit; Kingstown/Vermont; St.Vincent, Lesser Antilles (27-Dec-1984) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Asclepias eastwoodiana image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias engelmanniana species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias engelmanniana (Engelmann's milkweed) image page from Pasture and Roadside Flowering Plants of Goodwell and Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma
Asclepias eriocarpa image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias erosa image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias erosa species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias exaltata image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias exaltata species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Asclepias fascicularis image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias fascicularis (Mexican whorled milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias fascicularis from the Oregon Flora Image Project
Asclepias glaucescens species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias hirtella image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias hirtella image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias hypoleuca species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Asclepias incarnata (zoom) - inflorescence, close; in restored prairie area - Quail Hollow State Park, Stark County, Ohio - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias incarnata (zoom) - developing ovary; in restored prairie area - Quail Hollow State Park, Stark County, Ohio - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias incarnata - inflorescence - Monroe County, Indiana - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias incarnata - flowers - Monroe County, Indiana - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias incarnata image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias incarnata species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Asclepias incarnata image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Asclepias incarnata (swamp milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias incarnata - Cultivated, from Univ. Wash. Med. plant Gar.. (flowers and fruits) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias incarnata - Cultivated, from Univ. Wash. Med. plant Gar.. (flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias incarnata image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias incarnata image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias incarnata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias involucrata image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias involucrata species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Asclepias involucrata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias lanceolata image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Asclepias latifolia from the Arches National Park, Moab, Utah, USA
Asclepias latifolia (broadleaf milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias latifolia species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Asclepias latifolia species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias latifolia (Broadleaf milkweed) image page from Pasture and Roadside Flowering Plants of Goodwell and Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma
Asclepias latifolia species page from Texas Toxic Plant Database
Asclepias lemmonii species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias linaria species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias macrosperma from the Arches National Park, Moab, Utah, USA
Asclepias macrotis species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias meadii image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias nummularia species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias nyctaginifolia species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias oenotheroides species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Asclepias oenotheroides - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (whole plant with bumblebee) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias oenotheroides - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias oenotheroides - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (flower close-up) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias oenotheroides - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (longitudinal section of flower - BOTN 485)
Asclepias oenotheroides species image page from Plant photos of Melody Lytle
Asclepias oenotheroides species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias perennis image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias physocarpa species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Asclepias physocarpa (Balloon Plant) species page from the Flowers of India
Asclepias pumila (plains milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias purpurascens image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias purpurascens species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Asclepias purpurascens image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias quadrifolia (four leaf milkweed) species page from Bioimages
Asclepias quadrifolia species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Asclepias quadrifolia image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias quadrifolia image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias quinquedentata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias rusbyi species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias sanjuanensis image page from New Mexico Rare Plants
Asclepias solanoana image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias sp. - With butterflies - Blacksburg, Virginia - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias sp. image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias sp. - Native, from Navasota Flora. (fruit) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias sp. - Native, from Navasota Flora. (fruit - mature) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias sp. - Native, from Monte Vista NWR, CO. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias sp. (fruit - follicle)
Asclepias speciosa from the Arches National Park, Moab, Utah, USA
Asclepias speciosa image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias speciosa image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Asclepias speciosa (showy milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias speciosa - Native, from Monte Vista NWR, CO. (inflorescence) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias speciosa - Native, from Monte Vista NWR, CO. (flower) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias speciosa from the Oregon Flora Image Project
Asclepias speciosa species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias speciosa (Showy milkweed) image page from Pasture and Roadside Flowering Plants of Goodwell and Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma
Asclepias speciosa from the Tropical Plant Database
Asclepias specisosa image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias spp. (milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias stenophylla image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias stenophylla image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias subulata image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias subulata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias subverticillata species page from Chihuahuan Desert Plants
Asclepias subverticillata (western whorled milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias subverticillata species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Asclepias subverticillata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias subverticillata species page from Texas Toxic Plant Database
Asclepias sullivantii image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias syriaca - follicle and latex - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias syriaca - seeds with coma - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias syriaca (common milkweed) species page from Bioimages
Asclepias syriaca image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias syriaca species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Asclepias syriaca (common milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias syriaca - From Navasota Flora. (fruit and latex) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias syriaca - Native, from Navasota Flora. (seeds) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias syriaca image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Asclepias syriaca image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Asclepias syriaca image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Asclepias syriaca image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias syriaca image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias texana image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Asclepias tuberosa - Plant in flower in prairie at Lick Creek Park - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias tuberosa - inflorescence with pollinator - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias tuberosa - flower with pollinator - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias tuberosa (butterflyweed) species page from Bioimages
Asclepias tuberosa image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias tuberosa species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Asclepias tuberosa species page from Chihuahuan Desert Plants
Asclepias tuberosa image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Asclepias tuberosa (butterfly milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias tuberosa species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Asclepias tuberosa - Native, from Kansas. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias tuberosa - Native, from Kansas. (inflorescence) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias tuberosa - Native, from Kansas. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias tuberosa - Native, from Kansas. (flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias tuberosa - Native, from Leon Co., TX. Known as Butterfly Milkweed. (inflorescences) (inflorescences) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias tuberosa - Native, from Leon Co., TX. Known as Butterfly Milkweed. (flowers (side view)) (flowers (side view)) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias tuberosa image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias tuberosa image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias tuberosa species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Asclepias tuberosa ssp. interior image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias uncialis image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias variegata (red ring milkweed) species page from Bioimages
Asclepias variegata (redring milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias variegata image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias verticillata (zoom) - Inflorescence; along county road, sw corner of Gail Allen Ranch (Morningside), Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias verticillata (zoom) - Inflorescence, close; along county road, sw corner of Gail Allen Ranch (Morningside), Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias verticillata (zoom) - Flowers from above; along county road, sw corner of Gail Allen Ranch (Morningside), Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias verticillata (zoom) - Flower from above; along county road, sw corner of Gail Allen Ranch (Morningside), Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias verticillata (zoom) - Flowers from side; along county road, sw corner of Gail Allen Ranch (Morningside), Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias verticillata (zoom) - Flower from side; along county road, sw corner of Gail Allen Ranch (Morningside), Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias verticillata (zoom) - Cauline leaves; along county road, sw corner of Gail Allen Ranch (Morningside), Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias verticillata (whorled milkweed) species page from Bioimages
Asclepias verticillata image page from CalPhotos
Asclepias verticillata species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Asclepias verticillata (eastern whorled milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias verticillata - Native, from Navasota Flora. (inflorescence) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias verticillata - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias verticillata - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (inflorescence) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias verticillata image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias verticillata image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias verticillata (Whorled milkweed) image page from Pasture and Roadside Flowering Plants of Goodwell and Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma
Asclepias verticillata image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Asclepias viridiflora (green comet milkweed) species page from Bioimages
Asclepias viridiflora species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Asclepias viridiflora (green milkweed) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias viridiflora image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias viridiflora image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias viridiflora (Green milkweed) image page from Pasture and Roadside Flowering Plants of Goodwell and Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma
Asclepias viridis (zoom) - Plant in fruit; Minter Spring, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias viridis (zoom) - Developing fruit (follicle); Minter Spring, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Asclepias viridis (green antelope horn) species page from Bioimages
Asclepias viridis - Native, from Denton Co., TX. Known as Antelopehorn. (inflorescence) (inflorescence) - photo by David C. Reed, contact: Monique Reed
Asclepias viridis - Native, from Hunt Co., Texas. Known as Milkweed, Antelope Horns. (flower (closeup, showing gynostegium and hoods)) (flower (closeup, showing gynostegium and hoods)) - photo by David C. Reed, contact: Monique Reed
Asclepias viridis (green antelopehorn) species page from Forestry Images
Asclepias viridis - Native, from College Station, TX. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias viridis - Native, from Navasota Flora. (inflorescence) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias viridis - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (flower - frontal view) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias viridis - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (flower - side view) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias viridis - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (longitudinal section of flower - BOTN 485)
Asclepias viridis - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias viridis - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Asclepias viridis image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Asclepias viridis image page from Missouri Plants
Asclepias viridis image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Asclepias welshii species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Blepharodon mucronatum [id?] (zoom) - Dehiscing fruit; Research Center area, Santa Rosa National Park, Area de Conservación Guanacaste, Costa Rica - photo: Hugh Wilson
Blepharodon mucronatum [id?] (zoom) - Dehiscing fruit, with scale; Research Center area, Santa Rosa National Park, Area de Conservación Guanacaste, Costa Rica - photo: Hugh Wilson
Blepharodon mucronatum [id?] (zoom) - Fruit, with scale; Research Center area, Santa Rosa National Park, Area de Conservación Guanacaste, Costa Rica - photo: Hugh Wilson
Calatropis procera - coastal area; Bonaire, Netherlands Antille (2-Jan-1981) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Calotropis gigantea - Galle; Sri Lanka (22-Dec-1979) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Calotropis gigantea species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Calotropis gigantea (Crown Flower) species page from the Flowers of India
Calotropis procera image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Calotropis procera (Rubber Bush) species page from the Flowers of India
Calotropis procera species page from the Flowers in Israel
Calotropis procera species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Caralluma burchardii - La Olivia; Fuerta Ventura, Canary Island (4-Jan-1992) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Ceropegia chrysantha - Cultivated, Botanical Garden; Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (13-Dec-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Ceropegia debilis - Cultivated. Known as Needle Vine. (stems, leaves, and aerial tubers) (stems, leaves, and aerial tubers) - photo: James Manhart
Ceropegia debilis - Cultivated. Known as Needle Vine. (aerial tuber) (aerial tuber) - photo: James Manhart
Ceropegia denticulata - flower, side view, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Ceropegia denticulata - flower, oblique view, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Ceropegia denticulata - flower, close-up of apex, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Ceropegia dichotoma - detail; Teno; Tenerife, Canary Islands (21-Dec-1983) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Ceropegia dichotoma - Teno; Tenerife, Canary Islands (21-Dec-1983) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Ceropegia fusca - flowering shoots; La- Conception; Tenerife, Canary Islands (25-Dec-1983) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Ceropegia fusca - Tirajana; Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (20-Dec-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Ceropegia fusca - Tirajana; Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (20-Dec-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Ceropegia hirsuta (Hairy Ceropegia) species page from the Flowers of India
Ceropegia jainii (Jaini Ceropegia) species page from the Flowers of India
Ceropegia juncea (Leafless Goglet Flower) species page from the Flowers of India
Ceropegia lawii (Law's Ceropegia) species page from the Flowers of India
Ceropegia radicans--this ID is not correct [id not certain] - Cultivated, from Floriculture Greenhouse, Texas A&M. Known as Umbrella Flower. (foliage and flowers) (foliage and flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Ceropegia rolleii (Rolle's Ceropegia) species page from the Flowers of India
Ceropegia santapaui (Santapau's Ceropegia) species page from the Flowers of India
Ceropegia succulenta - flower, close-up of apex, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Ceropegia succulenta - whole plant, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Ceropegia succulenta - flower, side view, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Ceropegia woodii - plant - typical North American habitat (cultivation) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Ceropegia woodii - leaves - typical North American habitat (cultivation) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Ceropegia woodii - flower (Aristolochia-like fly trap) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Ceropegia woodii - maturing gynoecium - both carpels developing - photo: Hugh Wilson
Ceropegia woodii - mature gynoecium from a single flower - both carpels develop to produce two follicles - photo: Hugh Wilson
Ceropegia woodii - Cultivated. Known as String of Hearts. (whole plant) (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Ceropegia woodii - Cultivated. Known as String of Hearts. (aerial tuber) (aerial tuber) - photo: James Manhart
Ceropegia woodii - Cultivated. Known as String of Hearts. (whole plant) (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Cosmostigma racemosum (Green Milkweed Creeper) species page from the Flowers of India
Cryptolepis buchananii (Wax Leaved Climber) species page from the Flowers of India
Cryptostegia grandiflora - Brasil/Goto; Bonaire, Netherlands Antille (23-Dec-1980) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Cryptostegia grandiflora (Rubber Vine) species page from the Flowers of India
Cryptostegia sp. species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Cynanchum - fruit with seeds from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2912
Cynanchum - seeds from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2912
Cynanchum - viney stem clambering on shrubs from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2912
Cynanchum acutum image page from CalPhotos
Cynanchum barbigerum image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Cynanchum boerhaviifolium species page from the Flora of Chile
Cynanchum laeve (honeyvine swallowwort) species page from Forestry Images
Cynanchum laeve image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Cynanchum laeve image page from Missouri Plants
Cynanchum ligulatum species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cynanchum louiseae species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Cynanchum louiseae (black swallowwort) species page from Forestry Images
Cynanchum louiseae image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Cynanchum nigrum species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Cynanchum nigrum image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Cynanchum nummulariifolium species page from the Flora of Chile
Cynanchum racemosum (zoom) - Flower, front view; Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cynanchum racemosum image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Cynanchum rossicum species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Cynanchum rossicum (European swallowwort) species page from Forestry Images
Cynanchum sp. - fruits on climbing vines in trees from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2912
Cynanchum utahense image page from CalPhotos
Cynanchum utahense species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cynanchum utahensis image page from CalPhotos
Cynanchum vincetoxicum from Carl Lindman's Bilder ur Nordens Flora
Cynanchum viride species page from the Flora of Chile
Cynanchum wigginsii species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Diplolepsis menziesii species page from the Flora of Chile
Dischidia pectinoides - Cultivated. Known as Thruppence Ravioli Plant. (whole plant) (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Dischidia pectinoides - Cultivated. Known as Thruppence Ravioli Plant. (flower (closeup)) (flower (closeup)) - photo: James Manhart
Dischidia pectinoides - Cultivated. Known as Thruppence Ravioli Plant. (inflated ant house structure) (inflated ant house structure) - photo: James Manhart
Dischidia pectinoides - Cultivated. Known as Thruppence Ravioli Plant. (cutaway showing interior of ant house, with roots) (cutaway showing interior of ant house, with roots) - photo: James Manhart
Dischidia pectinoides - Cultivated. Known as Thruppence Ravioli Plant. (gynostegium) (gynostegium) - photo: James Manhart
Dregea volubilis (Sneeze Wort) species page from the Flowers of India
Fockea sp. - Cultivated, from Floriculture Greenhouse, Texas A&M. (foliage and flowers) (foliage and flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Fockea sp. - Cultivated, from Floriculture Greenhouse, Texas A&M. (flowers (closeup)) (flowers (closeup)) - photo: James Manhart
Fockea sp. - Cultivated, from Floriculture Greenhouse, Texas A&M. (flowers (closeup)) (flowers (closeup)) - photo: James Manhart
Fockea sp. - Cultivated, from Floriculture Greenhouse, Texas A&M. (plant with flowers) (plant with flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Funastrum cynanchoides ssp. heterophyllum image page from CalPhotos
Funastrum hirtellum image page from CalPhotos
Gomphocarpus fruticosus - Bussaggia; Corsica (22-Sep-1980) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Gomphocarpus physocarpus - Naru-Moru/Mount-Kenia; Kenia (2-Jan-1977) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Gomphocarpus semilunatis - Naivasha/Thomson-Falls; Kenia (1-Jan-1977) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Gonolobus sp. (zoom) - Fruit; Research Center area, Santa Rosa National Park, Area de Conservación Guanacaste, Costa Rica - photo: Hugh Wilson
Gonolobus sp. (zoom) - Fruit, seeds; Research Center area, Santa Rosa National Park, Area de Conservación Guanacaste, Costa Rica - photo: Hugh Wilson
Gymnema sylvestre (Gurmar) species page from the Flowers of India
Hemidesmus indicus (Indian Sarsaparilla) species page from the Flowers of India
Heterostemma tanjorense (Tanjore Heterostemma) species page from the Flowers of India
Holostemma ada-kodien (Holostemma Creeper) species page from the Flowers of India
Hoya bella (Miniature Wax Plant) species page from the Flowers of India
Hoya carnosa (Wax Flower) species page from the Flowers of India
Hoya carnosa species page from Cal's Plant of the Week
Hoya carnosa 'Krinkle Kurl' species page from Cal's Plant of the Week
Hoya kerrii - Cultivated. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Hoya kerrii - Cultivated. (flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Hoya pubicalyx cv. 'Silver Pink' species page from Cal's Plant of the Week
Hoya sp. - Flower - photo: Hugh Wilson
Hoya verticillata (Whorled Wax Flower) species page from the Flowers of India
Huernia hallii - Cultivated, from Floriculture Greenhouse, Texas A&M. (flower (closeup)) (flower (closeup)) - photo: James Manhart
Huernia hallii - Cultivated, from Floriculture Greenhouse, Texas A&M. (plant with flowers) (plant with flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Huernia hystrix var. parvula - flower, side view, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Huernia hystrix var. parvula - flower (close-up), no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Huernia hystrix var. parvula - close-up of flower center, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Huernia hystrix var. parvula - plant with flower, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Huernia procumbens x concinna - flower and bud, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Huernia procumbens x concinna - plant with flower and bud, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Huernia procumbens x concinna - flower (close-up), no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Huernia procumbens x concinna - flower (side view), no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Huernia procumbens x concinna - plant with flower (side view) and bud, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Marsdenia cundurango from the Tropical Plant Database
Matelea baldwyniana image page from Missouri Plants
Matelea biflora (zoom) - Flowering shoot; Dewberry Ridge outcrop, Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea biflora (zoom) - Leaves; Dewberry Ridge outcrop, Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea biflora (zoom) - Flower; Dewberry Ridge outcrop, Grimes County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea biflora image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Matelea carolinensis (maroon Carolina milkvine) species page from Bioimages
Matelea cynanchoides - Native, from Hilltop Lakes, TX. (flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Matelea cynanchoides - Native, from Hilltop Lakes, TX. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Matelea cynanchoides - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Matelea cynanchoides - Native, from Wellborn, TX. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Matelea cynanchoides - flowers (close up) from Lick Creek Park, Texas - photo by Robert Corbett
Matelea cynanchoides - inflorescence from Lick Creek Park, Texas - photo by Robert Corbett
Matelea cynanchoides - foliage from Lick Creek Park, Texas - photo by Robert Corbett
Matelea decipiens (zoom) - Fruit, leaf; Keechi Creek WMA, Leon County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea decipiens (zoom) - Fruit (follicle), suture with scale; Keechi Creek WMA, Leon County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea decipiens (zoom) - Fruit (follicle), dehisced with comose seeds; Keechi Creek WMA, Leon County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea decipiens (zoom) - Seed, coma; Keechi Creek WMA, Leon County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea decipiens (zoom) - Pericarp, close with latex; Keechi Creek WMA, Leon County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea decipiens image page from Missouri Plants
Matelea denticulata image from Köehler's Medicinal Plants
Matelea gonocarpa image page from Missouri Plants
Matelea gonocarpos (zoom) - Flowering node; at top of rocky hill above beaver ponds; just West of Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea gonocarpos (zoom) - Inflorescence; at top of rocky hill above beaver ponds; just West of Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea gonocarpos (zoom) - Flower from side; at top of rocky hill above beaver ponds; just West of Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea gonocarpos (zoom) - Flower, front view; at top of rocky hill above beaver ponds; just West of Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea gonocarpos (zoom) - Plant; at top of rocky hill above beaver ponds; just West of Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea gonocarpos (zoom) - Leaf; at top of rocky hill above beaver ponds; just West of Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Matelea gonocarpos (common anglepod) species page from Bioimages
Matelea gonocarpos - Native, from Navasota Flora. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Matelea parvifolia image page from CalPhotos
Matelea parvifolia species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Matelea producta species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Matelea producta species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Matelea reticulata species image page from Plant photos of Melody Lytle
Matelea reticulata - flower (close up) from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2621, TAMU 31835
Matelea reticulata - flower (oblique close up) from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2621, TAMU 31835
Matelea reticulata - flower (close up showing pearly gynostegium) from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2621, TAMU 31835
Matelea reticulata image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Nerium oleander image page from CalPhotos
Nerium oleander species page from the Flowers in Israel
Nerium oleander species page from Texas Toxic Plant Database
Orbea variegata - close-up of reproductive parts, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Orbea variegata - flower, close-up, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Orbea variegata - flower, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Orbea variegata - close-up of corona and reproductive parts, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Orbea variegata - flower, side view of center (close-up), no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Orbea variegata - whole plant, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Oxystelma esculentum (Rosy Milkweed Vine) species page from the Flowers of India
Pergularia daemia (Pergularia) species page from the Flowers of India
Periploca laevigata from the Botanical Site of Leif & Anita Stridvall
Periploca laevigata - flowering; Arquineguin; Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (15-Dec-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Periploca laevigata - fruiting; Arquineguin; Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (15-Dec-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Periploca laevigata - empty fruits; Arquineguin; Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (15-Dec-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Rhabdadenia biflora - flower in side view; Falmouth; Jamaica (1-Jan-1988) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Rhabdadenia biflora - flower in frontal view; Falmouth; Jamaica (1-Jan-1988) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Sarcostemma clausum - Sliver-Sands; Jamaica (30-Dec-1987) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Sarcostemma crispum species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Sarcostemma cynanchoides image page from CalPhotos
Sarcostemma cynanchoides subsp. cynanchoides species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Sarcostemma cynanchoides ssp. hartwegii image page from CalPhotos
Sarcostemma hirtellum image page from CalPhotos
Sarcostemma sp. - Native, from Big Bend National Park. (on Lycium texanum) - photo: James Manhart
Stapelia cedrimontana - stems and flower, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Stapelia cedrimontana - stems and flower, no location data available - photo by Robert Corbett
Stapelia gigantea - Center of flower - photo: Hugh Wilson
Stapelia gigantea - plant with flower - Indiana University greenhouse - photo: Hugh Wilson
Stapelia gigantea image page from CalPhotos
Stapelia gigantea species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Stapelia gigantea image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Stapelia gigantea image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Stapelia gigantea image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Stapelia gigantea image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Stapelia gigantea species page from Cal's Plant of the Week
Stapelia gigantea species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Stapelia hirsuta (carrion flower) species page from Bioimages
Stapelia sp. - Cultivated. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Stapelia variegata image page from CalPhotos
Stephanotis floribunda (Madagascar Jasmine) species page from the Flowers of India
Stephanotis floribunda - Cultivated, from Floriculture Greenhouse, Texas A&M. Known as Bridal Wreath, Wax Flower. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Stephanotis floribunda - Cultivated, from Floriculture Greenhouse, Texas A&M. Known as Bridal Wreath, Wax Flower. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Telosma cordata (Fragrant Telosma) species page from the Flowers of India
Telosma pallida (Telosma Vine) species page from the Flowers of India
Tweedia birostrata species page from the Flora of Chile
Tylophora indica (Indian Ipecac) species page from the Flowers of India
Vincetoxicum hirundinaria - Breginj/Logje; Slovenia (8-Jun-1982) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Vincetoxicum hirundinaria image page from CalPhotos
Vincetoxicum hirundinaria species page from Floral Images
Vincetoxicum hirundinaria from Otto Wilhelm Thomé's - Flora von Deutschland Österreich und der Schweiz (1885 - 1905)
Vincetoxicum hirundinaria - - Cultivated (flowers-close) - photo: Thomas Schöpke


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