|Synonyms||Tinospora gibbericaulis Hand.-Mazz., Tinospora mastersii Diels|
|Native Distribution||Sri Lanka and India to Indochina, South China, Thailand, Malaysia, Java & Phillippines|
A woody climber, Tinospora crispa is most distinctive from the stems covered in small knobs. The leaves are heart-shaped.
A tree in Kent Ridge Park covered by the Petawali.
A close-up showing the heart-shaped leaves.
The very characteristic stem with little knobs.
Seller marketing Tinospora stems outside a Chinese temple.