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Misapplied names, synonyms and new species of Ipomoea Convolvulaceae from South America. Kew Bulletin DOI Plants of the World Online. However the cerrado biome is under threat from conversion to pasture, competition from invasive African grasses, soya cultivation and, in recent years, to the production of biofuels.
As all records of Ipomoea aequiloba appear to be from low altitude, presumably vulnerable cerrados, the status of this species needs to be carefully evaluated to assess whether it is under any threat. For the moment it should be classified as Data Deficient DD.
Distribution A plant of the Brazilian cerrados extending into NE Argentina growing between and m. It has a very wide but very scattered distribution but there does not seem to be any significant difference between specimens collected in Argentina and those from central Brazil. Morphology General Habit Slender trailing perennial; glabrous in all parts Morphology Leaves Leaves shortly petiolate, 0.
All three are relatively slender, usually trailing herbs with unequal sepals and usually solitary, medium-sized pink flowers. From I. From both it is immediately distinguished by the distinctive, apparently 3-lobed leaves in which the two auricles are more or less equal with the blade.
The epithet aequiloba refers to the apparently 3-lobed leaves in which the auricles equal the blade. Type Type: Brazil, Tocantins, Mun. Pereira-Silva et al. Ipomoea aequiloba J. First published in Kew Bull. The World Checklist of Vascular Plants, a continuously updated resource for exploring global plant diversity.