Location: Turtuk, Ladakh, altitude approx: ft Habitat: Wild? Plant Habit: Climber. Yes Cynanchum acutum We have Cynanchum jacquemontianum in Dachhigam Kashmir, but leaves are much narrower and not with distinctly broadened base. Thanks a lot
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