Arnicratea grahamii (Wight) N.Halle, Bull. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat., B, Adansonia 6: 14 (1984)

(Named after 'Graham', but I am not sure which Graham...)

Hippocratea grahamii Wight

Liana. Leaves are opposite, broad-ovate and leathery. Greenish flowers are borne in numerous, large, many-flowered panicles at the end of branches. Petals are linear to spoon-shape, with blunt tips. Carpels are obovate, obtuse, emarginate.

Present individual was found in Gunung Lumut (Borneo), a limestone mountain range covered by logged and primary forests.

Most specimens come from India (Western Ghats) but ours was from eastern Borneo.

No uses recorded.

Local names
English: Running stragler (English).
India: Daushir, Dhavashi.