Ceropegia manoharii Sujanapal, P.M.Salim, Anil Kumar & Sasidh.
Indian scientists have discovered
and described a new Ceropegia species in the Western Ghats. Ceropegia manoharii, so the name of this new species , has been described obviously already in December 2010.
Unfortunately I couldn’t find anything about it except for a single article and copies of it – a citation from this article follows.:
“Ceropegia manoharii belongs to a rare plant group evoking scientific curiosity, with its many members endemic to the Western Ghats and having unusual flowers.”
– E. M. Manoj: Floral chests of Western Ghats still hold many more surprises. The Hindu; Kalpetta, December 15, 2010
– P. Sujanapal; P. M. Salim; N. Anil Kumar, N. Sasidharan: A new species of Ceropegia (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae) from India with notes on rare and threatened Ceropegia in Nilgiris of Western Ghats. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 7(1): 341-345. 2013
EDIT: this species was officially described in the year 2013.