Lava Morning Glory This white Morning-glory has distinct triple lines on each lobe. It could be the Lava Morning Glory (Ipomoea habeliana) or the Moon Flower (Ipomea alba). There are 11 species in the Galapagos. The blossoms open in the late afternoon and last only until mid-morning of the next day. Genovesa Island.
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