- Scientific Name: Ipomoea × sloteri Macfarl. ex E.T.Reichert
- Ref: Publ. Carnegie Inst. Wash. 270(2): 785 (1919).
- Synonyms: Quamoclit × sloteri (Macfarl. ex E.T.Reichert) House
- Chinese Common Name:葵叶茑萝 kuí yè niǎo luó;槭叶茑萝
- Family: Convolvulaceae
- Genus: Quamoclit
- Distribution:Cult. in Shandong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Taiwan, Guangxi, Yunnan; Dominican Republic (Caribbean, Southern America), United States of America (Northern America)
- Type: raised from Thorburn seed (No. 67440), September 12, 1918 and October 1918. Houston, Texas, July 24, 1918
An annual, glabrous, slender, high climbing vine: leaves broadly deltoid-ovate, 5-12 cm. broad, 4-10 cm. long, pectinately lobed to beyond the middle into 7-15 long-acuminate segments, the middle segment broadest, the lateral ones shortest and sometimes again lobed; petioles 2.5-10 cm. long: peduncles axillary, usually exceeding the subtending petioles, 1-3-flowered : sepals 5, 7-10 mm. long, narrowly ovate, the outer ones thicker, somewhat shorter and minutely awned at the apex, the inner ones blunt or obtuse (sometimes awned) and thinner in texture; corolla subsalverform, crimson, 4-5 cm. long, the tube about 4 mm. thick at the base, 6-7 mm. thick below the limb which is 3.5-4 em. broad with 5 broadly rounded lobes.