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''Ipomoea alba'', sometimes called the moonflower or moon vine, is a species of night-blooming morning glory, native to tropical and subtropical regions of the New World, from northern Argentina north to Mexico and Florida. Though formerly classified as genus ''Calonyction'', species ''aculeatum'', it is now properly assigned to genus ''Ipomoea'', subgenus ''Quamoclit'', section ''Calonyction''.

It is a perennial, herbaceous liana growing to a height of 5-30 m tall with twining stems... more

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Uploaded Jan 27, 2019. Captured Jan 25, 2019 08:28 in Juan de La Barrera 29, Chapultepec, 58820 Huandacareo, Mich., Mexico.
  • SM-G935F
  • f/1.7
  • 1/231s
  • ISO40
  • 4.2mm