I believe this collection corresponds to Salpichlaena volubilis subsp. amazonica, based on its location and its entire leaf margins. However, it was growing at a very high elevation for this taxon (2500 m).
Collection Data (W. Testo 1365)
General Collection Data
- Date: 10-VIII-2017
- Primary Collector & #: W. Testo 1365
- Collection Party: David Sanín, Alexandre Salino, William Bravo Pedraza, Lucas Lima.
- Det. History: Weston Testo, October, 2017
- Habitat: Bosque altoandino
- Habit: Climber
- Specimen Locations: BRIT, HUA, UC, VT
Terrestrial in rocky soils in deep ravine. Leaves climbing to 10+m.