Bonamia dietrichiana Hallier f.
Hallier, J.G.(1897) Bulletin de l'Herbier Boissier : 1012
Dietrich’s Morning Glory
Simple, alternate; lamina ovate to elliptic, 10-42mm by 17-27mm; pinnately veined with 8-12 main laterals each side of midrib, impressed and prominent above, raised and prominent below; upper surface dark-green, with sparse to moderate appressed hairs; lower surface paler with dense spreading hairs; apex acuminate; base truncate to slightly cordate; margins entire; petiole 4-8mm.
Axillary, solitary or in clusters on short lateral shoots, bisexual, actinomorphic; sepals 5, much shorter than petals, 2 long and 3 short; petals 5, fused, 30-50mm long, white, purple or blue; corolla funnel-shaped, spreading above, 20-25mm in diameter; stamens 5, scarcely exserted; ovary superior, 4-locular.