Web References for the Cucurbitaceae. Vascular Plant Image Library Images of the Cucurbitaceae
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Acanthosicyos horridus - Plant in flower; photo by Deena Decker-Walters, Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Acanthosicyos horridus - Postage stamp depiction of the nara plant (Namibia) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Acanthosicyos horridus image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Acanthosicyos naudinianus image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Alsomitra macrocarpa - Seed; photo by Deena Decker-Walters, Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Apodanthera undulata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Benincasa hispida image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Benincasa hispida (White Gourd) species page from the Flowers of India
Brandegea bigelovii image page from CalPhotos
Brandegea bigelovii species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Bryonia alba from Carl Lindman's Bilder ur Nordens Flora
Bryonia alba (white bryony) species page from Forestry Images
Bryonia alba from Otto Wilhelm Thomé's - Flora von Deutschland Österreich und der Schweiz (1885 - 1905)
Bryonia cretica from the Botanical Site of Leif & Anita Stridvall
Bryonia cretica image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Bryonia cretica species page from the Flowers in Israel
Bryonia dioica species page from Floral Images
Bryonia dioica (White Bryony) species page from the Flora of Nothern Ireland
Bryonia dioica - - Native, from Berlin/Germany (flower-close, female) - photo: Thomas Schöpke
Bryonia dioica - - Native, from Berlin/Germany (flower-close, male) - photo: Thomas Schöpke
Bryonia syriaca species page from the Flowers in Israel
Bryonia verrucosa from the Botanical Site of Leif & Anita Stridvall
Bryonia verrucosa - Cultivated; Botanical Garden; Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (31-Dec-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Cayaponia ficifolia from the Tropical Plant Database
Cayaponia tayuya species page from Cal's Plant of the Week
Cephalopentandra ecirrhosa under cultivation at the the University of Connecticut Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Living Plant Collections
Citrullus colocynthis from the Botanical Site of Leif & Anita Stridvall
Citrullus colocynthis image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Citrullus colocynthis image from Köehler's Medicinal Plants
Citrullus lanatus var. citroides - wild watermelons from sandylands of west Texas - fruits - photo: Hugh Wilson
Citrullus lanatus var. citroides - wild watermelons of west Texas - fruits sectioned - photo: Hugh Wilson
Citrullus lanatus image page from CalPhotos
Citrullus lanatus image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Citrullus lanatus (Watermelon) species page from the Flowers of India
Citrullus lanatus species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Coccinia grandis (ivy gourd) species page from Forestry Images
Coccinia grandis species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Coccinia grandis (Ivy Gourd) species page from the Flowers of India
Ctenolepis sp. - Plant in fruit; photo by Deena Decker-Walters, Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Ctenolepis sp. - Fruit (with scale); photo by Deena Decker-Walters, Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis anguria image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucumis anguria var. anguria species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cucumis dipsaceus species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Cucumis ficifolius image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucumis maderaspatanus from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Cucumis maderaspatanus (Madras Pea Pumpkin) species page from the Flowers of India
Cucumis melo (zoom) - Fruit - free-living form (ssp. agrestis); Thornberry Ranch, Trinity River bottoms, eastern Madison County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis melo (zoom) - Staminate flower - free-living form (ssp. agrestis); Thornberry Ranch, Trinity River bottoms, eastern Madison County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis melo (zoom) - Staminate flower [above] - free-living form (ssp. agrestis); Thornberry Ranch, Trinity River bottoms, eastern Madison County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis melo (zoom) - Leaves - free-living form (ssp. agrestis); Thornberry Ranch, Trinity River bottoms, eastern Madison County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis melo (zoom) - Mature fruit, sectioned - free-living form (ssp. agrestis); collected by Amanda Neill, eastern Lee County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis melo (zoom) - Placentation (parietal) - free-living form (ssp. agrestis); collected by Amanda Neill, eastern Lee County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis melo (zoom) - Leaf - free-living form (ssp. agrestis); collected by Amanda Neill, eastern Lee County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis melo (zoom) - Mature fruit - free-living form (ssp. agrestis); collected by Amanda Neill, eastern Lee County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis melo (zoom) - Mature fruits - free-living form (ssp. agrestis); collected by Amanda Neill, eastern Lee County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis melo image page from CalPhotos
Cucumis melo image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucumis melo (cantaloupe/honeydew) species page from Forestry Images
Cucumis melo (Melon) species page from the Flowers of India
Cucumis melo - Cultivated. (cantaloupe) - photo: James Manhart
Cucumis melo - Cultivated. (Israelite melon) - photo: James Manhart
Cucumis melo - Cultivated. (honeydew) - photo: James Manhart
Cucumis melo subsp. melo var. inodorus - Cultivated. Known as Honeydew Melon. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucumis melo subsp. melo var.cantalupensis - Cultivated. Known as Muskmelon or. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucumis melo - Cultivated. Known as Crenshaw Melon. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucumis melo var. dudaim - female flower, side view from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2982, TAMU 33683
Cucumis melo var. dudaim - female flower from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2982, TAMU 33683
Cucumis melo var. dudaim - foliage from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2982, TAMU 33683
Cucumis melo var. dudaim - stem and tendril from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2982, TAMU 33683
Cucumis melo var. dudaim - male flower from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2982, TAMU 33683
Cucumis melo ssp. agrestis (Wild Melon) species page from the Flowers of India
Cucumis melo var. dudaim image page from CalPhotos
Cucumis metuliferus species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Cucumis metuliferus - Cultivated. (exterior) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucumis metuliferus - Cultivated. (cross-section) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucumis metuliferus - Cultivated. (cross-section, close) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucumis metuliferus - Cultivated. Known as Kiwano or Horned Melon. (fruit (pepo)) (fruit (pepo)) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucumis myriocarpus image page from CalPhotos
Cucumis prophetarum species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cucumis sagittatus - Fruit; from Namibia, photo by Deena Decker-Walters, Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis sagittatus - Plant with fruit; from Namibia, photo by Deena Decker-Walters, Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis sativus - Dill Pickel - in prep with Apium and Allium - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis sativus - staminate flower - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucumis sativus image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucumis sativus (cucumber) species page from Forestry Images
Cucumis sativus (Cucumber) species page from the Flowers of India
Cucumis sativus - Cultivated. (vine) - photo: James Manhart
Cucumis sativus - Cultivated. (fruit - immature) - photo: James Manhart
Cucumis sativus - Cultivated. (fruit - cross-section) - photo: James Manhart
Cucumis sativus - Cultivated. (female flower) - photo: James Manhart
Cucumis sativus - Cultivated. (female flower) - photo: James Manhart
Cucumis sativus - Cultivated. (female flower - close-up) - photo: James Manhart
Cucumis sativus from Otto Wilhelm Thomé's - Flora von Deutschland Österreich und der Schweiz (1885 - 1905)
Cucumis zeyheri - Fruit sectioned with seed; photo by Deena Decker-Walters, Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita argyrosperma - harvest of Mexican landrace type (Guerrero) - Deena Decker-Walters 296 - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita argyrosperma - harvest of Mexican landrace type (Guerrero) - Deena Decker-Walters 296 - close - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita argyrosperma image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucurbita argyrosperma - Cultivated. (cushaw) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita digitata - Fuit with seeds; photo by Deena Decker-Walters, Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita digitata pollen images (SEM) from University of Arizona Palynology
Cucurbita digitata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cucurbita ficifolia - from the highlands of western Veracruz, Mexico - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita ficifolia image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucurbita foetidissima image page from CalPhotos
Cucurbita foetidissima image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucurbita foetidissima (buffalo gourd) species page from Forestry Images
Cucurbita foetidissima species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Cucurbita foetidissima image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Cucurbita foetidissima pollen images (SEM) from University of Arizona Palynology
Cucurbita foetidissima image page from Flora of the cismontane Santa Ana Mountains of Southern California
Cucurbita foetidissima species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cucurbita foetidissima (Buffalo gourd) image page from Pasture and Roadside Flowering Plants of Goodwell and Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma
Cucurbita foetidissima under cultivation at the the University of Connecticut Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Living Plant Collections
Cucurbita foetidissima image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Cucurbita maxima - fruit for sale at market - Cochabamba, Bolivia - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita maxima - market fruit - La Paz, Bolivia - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita maxima - fruit for sale at market - La Paz, Bolivia - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita maxima image page from CalPhotos
Cucurbita maxima image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucurbita maxima species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cucurbita mixta image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucurbita moschata - landrace harvest, Chiapas, Mexico (TAMU research voucher: MO099)
- photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita moschata image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucurbita moschata - Cultivated. (butternut squash) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita palmata image page from CalPhotos
Cucurbita palmata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cucurbita pepo var. texana - pistillate flower - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana - staminate flower - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana - plant - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo - typical harvest of the Mexican 'landrace' type - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo - flowers on sale at a Mexican Market - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana - fruits from 8 plants (rows) - Nails Creek State Park, Lee County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo - ritual pericarp mutilation - North America - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana (zoom) - UT tribute; parking lot at Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Austin, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana (zoom) - Fruit (pepo); collected by Amanda Neill (3121), Burleson County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana (zoom) - Fruit (pepo) - population sample; collected by Amanda Neill (3121), Burleson County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana (zoom) - Fruit (pepo) - point of peduncle attachment; collected by Amanda Neill (3121), Burleson County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana (zoom) - Fruits; collected by Amanda Neill (3159), Madison County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana (zoom) - Fruit; collected by Amanda Neill (3159), Madison County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana (zoom) - Fruit with pericarp damage; collected by Amanda Neill (3159), Madison County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo - harvest of mexican landrace (ribbed) with C. ficifolia - Oaxaca, Mexico (TAMU research voucher: PE406)
- photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo - typical mexican landrace (ribbed) with bicolor pericarp - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo - typical Mexican landrace with ribbed pericarp - stone carving - National Museum, Mexico City - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo - harvest of mexican landrace (ribbed) with rare (smooth pericarp) type (front/right)-Oaxaca (TAMU research voucher: PE406)
- photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana - pistillate flower with corolla, calyx, and gynoecium evident - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo - fruit variation, subsp. pepo (pumpkin) vs. ovifera (ornamental gourd) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo var. texana - plant in fruit - Camp Cooley Ranch - Robertson County, Texas (TAMU research voucher: TE036)
- photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita pepo image page from CalPhotos
Cucurbita pepo image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cucurbita pepo species page from Floral Images
Cucurbita pepo image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Cucurbita pepo (Pumpkin) species page from the Flowers of India
Cucurbita pepo - Cultivated. (pumpkin) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita pepo - Cultivated. (spaghetti squash) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita pepo - Cultivated. (crookneck squash) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita pepo (fruit - pepo)
Cucurbita pepo - Cultivated. Known as Spaghetti Squash. (cooked and ready to eat) (cooked and ready to eat) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucurbita pepo - Cultivated. Known as Yellow Crookneck Squash. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucurbita pepo - Cultivated. Known as baby Squash varieties. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucurbita pepo - Cultivated. Known as Squash, 'Tatuma' and 'Calabaza. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucurbita pepo - Cultivated. Known as White Acorn Squash. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Cucurbita sp. - candied pericarp and seed masses - Mexican Market - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cucurbita sp. image page from CalPhotos
Cucurbita sp. - Cultivated. (flower - male) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita sp. - Cultivated. (flower - female) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita sp. - Cultivated. (vine) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita sp. - Cultivated. (male flower) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita sp. - Cultivated. (androecium) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita sp. - Cultivated. (gynoecium) - photo: James Manhart
Cucurbita sp. - Cultivated. (fruit) - photo: James Manhart
Curcurbita maxima pollen images (SEM) from University of Arizona Palynology
Curcurbita palmata pollen images (SEM) from University of Arizona Palynology
Cyclanthera pedata from the Tropical Plant Database
Dendrosicyos socotranus under cultivation at the the University of Connecticut Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Living Plant Collections
Diplocyclos palmatus - Mature and maturing fruit; photo by Deena Decker-Walters, Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Diplocyclos palmatus (zoom) - Leaf; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Diplocyclos palmatus (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Diplocyclos palmatus (zoom) - Mature fruit; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Diplocyclos palmatus (zoom) - Leaf and fruit; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Diplocyclos palmatus (zoom) - Fruit; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Diplocyclos palmatus from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Ecballium elaterium from the Botanical Site of Leif & Anita Stridvall
Ecballium elaterium image page from CalPhotos
Ecballium elaterium image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Ecballium elaterium species page from the Flowers in Israel
Ecballium elaterium - Cultivated, from Univ. Wash. Med. plant Gar.. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Ecballium elaterium - Cultivated, from Univ. Wash. Med. plant Gar.. (flower) - photo: James Manhart
Ecballium elaterium under cultivation at the the University of Connecticut Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Living Plant Collections
Echinocystis lobata (zoom) - plant in flower; open roadside, Holmes County, Ohio - photo: Hugh Wilson
Echinocystis lobata (zoom) - pistillate flower; open roadside, Holmes County, Ohio - photo: Hugh Wilson
Echinocystis lobata (zoom) - staminate flowers; open roadside, Holmes County, Ohio - photo: Hugh Wilson
Echinocystis lobata (zoom) - leaf; open roadside, Holmes County, Ohio - photo: Hugh Wilson
Echinocystis lobata image page from CalPhotos
Echinocystis lobata species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Echinocystis lobata (wild cucumber) species page from Forestry Images
Echinocystis lobata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Echinopepon wrightii species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Gurania pedata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Herpetospermum pedunculosum (Beej Karela) species page from the Flowers of India
Ibervillea lindheimeri - Native, from Llano County, Texas. Known as Lindheimer's Globeberry. (immature fruit and foliage) (immature fruit and foliage) - photo by David C. Reed, contact: Monique Reed
Ibervillea lindheimeri - Native, from Travis Co., TX. Known as Lindheimer's Globeberry. (flower, closeup) (flower, closeup) - photo by Douglas J. Edwards, contact: Monique Reed
Ibervillea lindheimeri image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Ibervillea sonorae image page from CalPhotos
Ibervillea sp. image page from CalPhotos
Ibervillea tenuisecta species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Lagenaria siceraria - flower with pollinator - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated (cv. 'sennari') at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated (cv. 'Mexican bottlei') at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated (cv. 'canteen') at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated (cv. 'canteen') at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated (cv. 'Mexican bottle') at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria (zoom) - Developed fruit; cultivated (cv. 'Mexican bottle') at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated (cv. 'canteen') at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria (zoom) - Developing ovary; cultivated (cv. 'basketball') at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria - staminate flower with androecium - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria - pistillate flower in bud - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria - pistillate flowers setting fruit - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria siceraria image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Lagenaria siceraria (Bottle Gourd) species page from the Flowers of India
Lagenaria siceraria - Cultivated. Known as Long Squash, Lagenaria. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Lagenaria siceraria species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Lagenaria sphaerica (zoom) - fruit collected at Masai Mara preserve - Kenya - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria sphaerica (zoom) - peduncle from fruit collected at Masai Mara preserve - Kenya - photo: Hugh Wilson
Lagenaria sphaerica (zoom) - pericarp detail on fruit collected at Masai Mara preserve - Kenya - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa acutangula (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa acutangula (zoom) - Staminate flower from side; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa acutangula (zoom) - Staminate flower; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa acutangula (zoom) - Leaves; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa acutangula image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Luffa acutangula - Cultivated/Purchased, from College Station, TX. Known as Chinese Okra. (fruit) (fruit) - photo: Monique Reed
Luffa aegyptiaca from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Luffa aegyptiaca (Sponge Gourd) species page from the Flowers of India
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Pistillate flower in bud; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Pistillate flower; under cultivation at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Pistillate flower, close; under cultivation at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Gynoecium at anthesis; under cultivation at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Staminate flower, leaves; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Leaves; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Staminate flower and pollinator; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Staminate flower; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Staminate flower, side view; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Staminate flower, under cultivation at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Calyx of staminate flower, under cultivation at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica (zoom) - Androecium, under cultivation at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa cylindrica image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Luffa operculata (zoom) - Developing fruit; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa operculata (zoom) - Leaves; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Luffa operculata (zoom) - Staminate flowers and leaves; cultivated at Mimosa Farm, Brazos County, Texas (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Marah fabaceus image page from CalPhotos
Marah fabaceus var. agrestis image page from CalPhotos
Marah gilensis species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Marah horridus image page from CalPhotos
Marah macrocarpa image page from CalPhotos
Marah macrocarpus image page from CalPhotos
Marah macrocarpus (Cucamonga manroot) species page from Forestry Images
Marah macrocarpus image page from Flora of the cismontane Santa Ana Mountains of Southern California
Marah macrocarpus under cultivation at the the University of Connecticut Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Living Plant Collections
Marah macrocarpus var. macrocarpus image page from CalPhotos
Marah macrocarpus var. major image page from CalPhotos
Marah oreganus image page from CalPhotos
Marah oreganus (western wildcucumber) species page from Forestry Images
Marah oreganus from the Oregon Flora Image Project
Marah spp. from the the The UC IPM Weed Photo Gallery
Marah watsonii image page from CalPhotos
Maximowiczia lindheimeri pollen images (SEM) from University of Arizona Palynology
Melothria pendula - pistillate flower - close - photo: Hugh Wilson
Melothria pendula - staminate flower - close - photo: Hugh Wilson
Melothria pendula (zoom) - Fruit; hideaway beach, Marco Island, Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Melothria pendula (zoom) - Leaf, staminate flower; hideaway beach, Marco Island, Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Melothria pendula (zoom) - Pistillate flower, side view; hideaway beach, Marco Island, Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Melothria pendula (creeping cucumber) species page from Bioimages
Melothria pendula image page from Missouri Plants
Melothria pendula line drawing from the the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
Melothria pendula image page from BIO 406D (University of Texas)
Momordica charantia (zoom) - Leaf; Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Collier County, Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Momordica charantia (zoom) - Developing fruit; Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Collier County, Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Momordica charantia (zoom) - Staminate flower, opening; Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Collier County, Florida - photo: Hugh Wilson
Momordica charantia - North of Georgetown; St.Vincent, Lesser Antilles (4-Jan-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Momordica charantia - closed and empty fruit; North of Georgetown; St.Vincent, Lesser Antilles (4-Jan-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Momordica charantia - ripe fruit with seeds; North of Georgetown; St.Vincent, Lesser Antilles (4-Jan-1985) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Momordica charantia from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Momordica charantia image page from CalPhotos
Momordica charantia image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Momordica charantia species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Momordica charantia (Bitter Gourd) species page from the Flowers of India
Momordica charantia from the Tropical Plant Database
Momordica cochinchinensis from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Momordica cochinchinensis image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Momordica cochinchinensis (Chinese Cucumber) species page from the Flowers of India
Momordica dioica (Ban Karela) species page from the Flowers of India
Momordica rostrata under cultivation at the the University of Connecticut Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Living Plant Collections
Muellerargia timorensis from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Neoachmandra cunninghamii from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Neoalsomitra sarcophylla under cultivation at the the University of Connecticut Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Living Plant Collections
Pisguria sp. - Cultivated, from Fort Worth Botanic Garden. (flower and leaf) (flower and leaf) - photo by David C. Reed, contact: Monique Reed
Psiguria sp. - Cultivated, from Fort Worth Botanic Garden. (flower and leaf) (flower and leaf) - photo by David C. Reed, contact: Monique Reed
Psiguria sp. - Cultivated, from Fort Worth Botanic Garden. (flower (side view)) (flower (side view)) - photo by David C. Reed, contact: Monique Reed
Psiguria sp. - Cultivated, from Fort Worth Botanic Garden. (flowers) (flowers) - photo by David C. Reed, contact: Monique Reed
Psiguria sp. - Cultivated, from Fort Worth Botanic Garden. (tendril) (tendril) - photo by David C. Reed, contact: Monique Reed
Sechium edule image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Sechium edule (Chaco) species page from the Flowers of India
Sechium edule - Cultivated. Known as Chayote. (fruit, long-section) (fruit, long-section) - photo: Monique Reed
Sicyos ampelophyllus species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Sicyos ampelophyllus species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Sicyos angulatus species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Sicyos angulatus (burcucumber) species page from Forestry Images
Sicyos angulatus image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Sicyos angulatus image page from Missouri Plants
Sicyos australis from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Sicyos brioniifolius species page from the Flora of Chile
Sicyos maximowiczii species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Sicyos pachycarpus species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Sicyos sp. species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Telfairia occidentalis (zoom) - Staminate flower from side; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Telfairia occidentalis (zoom) - Staminate flower from front; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Telfairia occidentalis (zoom) - Staminate flower from below; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Telfairia occidentalis (zoom) - Androecium; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Telfairia occidentalis (zoom) - Staminate flower from above with scale; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Telfairia occidentalis (zoom) - Perianth, glandular calyx; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Telfairia occidentalis (zoom) - Leafy shoot; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Telfairia occidentalis (zoom) - Leaf/glands; cultivated at the Montgomery Botanical Center, Miami, Florida (site overview) - photo: Hugh Wilson
Telfairia occidentalis image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Telfairia pedata image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Thladiantha cordifolia (Himalayan Goldencreeper) species page from the Flowers of India
Thladiantha dubia image page from CalPhotos
Trichosanthes cucumerina - Giritale; Sri Lanka (30-Dec-1979) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Trichosanthes cucumerina - Polonnaruwa; Sri Lanka (30-Dec-1979) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Trichosanthes cucumerina - fruiting; Polonnaruwa; Sri Lanka (30-Dec-1979) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Trichosanthes cucumerina from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Trichosanthes cucumerina image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Trichosanthes cucumerina (Snake Gourd) species page from the Flowers of India
Trichosanthes kirilowii from the Tropical Plant Database
Trichosanthes pentaphylla from the the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants
Trichosanthes tricuspidata (Indrayan) species page from the Flowers of India
Tumamoca macdougalii species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
unidentified species - Tsavo West; Kenia (21-Dec-1976) - photo: Albert Perdeck
unidentified species - Giritale; Sri Lanka (30-Dec-1979) - photo: Albert Perdeck
Xerosicyos danguyi species page from Cal's Plant of the Week
Xerosicyos danguyi under cultivation at the the University of Connecticut Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Living Plant Collections
Xerosicyos danguyi (flowering) species page from Cal's Plant of the Week
Zehneria scabra (Wild Cucumber) species page from the Flowers of India


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