Lactuca dolichophylla Kitam., Res. Kyoto Univ. Sci. Exped. Karak. & Hinduk. 1955 viii. (Addit. & Corr. Fl.Afghan.) 150 (1966) et in Fl. E. Himal. 341 (1966). 1966. (Syn: Chondrilla longifolia Wall.; Lactuca handeliana S.Y.Hu; Lactuca longifolia (Wall.) DC.; Lactuca wallichiana Tuisl; Mulgedium sagittatum Royle);
 
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Long Leaved Lettuce;
 
Annual or biennial herb with paniculately branched stem; lower leaves linear-lanceolate, undivided ot pinnately lobed, base sagittate, clasping, upper leaves undivided, progressively smaller; heads blue, in panicles; florets 12-18, involucre 9-10 mm in flower, up to 16 mm in fruit; involucre bracts purplish at tip, out shorter than inner; achene brown, body 4-5 mm long with 3-5 ribs on each side, beak filiform 3 mm long; pappus 6-7 mm long.  
 


  
Lactuca sp. for ID- 071011-PKA2:  Seen this herb  on the way to “Turtuk, Ladakh”.
Looks like some Lactuca sp. some what like Lactuca tatarica??
Date/Time: 18-09-2011 / 01:45PM
Location: Near Village Turtuk, Ladakh
Plant Habit: herb
Habitat: Wild.


Lactuca dolichophylla (syn: L. longifolia) I hope

 

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VOF Week: Asteraceae sp. along Govindghat-Ghangaria trail: Asteraceae sp. along Govindghat-Ghangaria trail.


Lactuca dolichophylla (syn: L. logifolia) I hope


I think … sir is correct


 

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VoF Week: Lactuca dolichophylla from Govindghat Ghangriya Trek: Lactuca dolichophylla from Govindghat Ghangriya Trek. pls validate


Yes …, nice photographs


 

 

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Seen this herb  on the way to “Turtuk, Ladakh”. 
Bot. name: Lactuca dolichophylla (syn: L. longifolia)??
Date/Time: 18-09-2011 / 01:45PM
Location: Near Village Turtuk, Ladakh

Plant Habit: herb
Habitat: Wild.

Nice photographs …


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Asteraceae Fortnight Part 3-Ligulate Heads (plus Misc.) Lactuca dolichophylla from Kullu-GS17 : Attachments (3). 1 post by 1 author.

Lactuca dolichophylla Kitamura in H. Hara, Fl. E. Himalaya. 341. 1966.

Syn: Lactuca longifolia DC. (non Mishaux); L. sagittatum Royle
Annual or biennial herb with paniculately branched stem; lower leaves linear-lanceolate, undivided ot pinnately lobed, base sagittate, clasping, upper leaves undivided, progressively smaller; heads blue, in panicles; florets 12-18, involucre 9-10 mm in flower, up to 16 mm in fruit; involucre bracts purplish at tip, out shorter than inner; achene brown, body 4-5 mm long with 3-5 ribs on each side, beak filiform 3 mm long; pappus 6-7 mm long.
Photographed from Kullu. 


 

 

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Lactuca dolichophylla ? en-route Shilt – GHP – PKA93 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)
Seen this 1 to 1.5m tall herb with long leaves en-route Shilt at GHNP (altitude approx. 2700m)
Date/Time: 25-09-2014 / 11:30AM
Bot. name: Lactuca dolichophylla ?
Family: Asteraceae 


Yes it is Lactuca dolicophylla


 

 

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HP, Oct 2014 :: Requesting ID – Lactuca(?) :: ARKDEC-33 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Requesting to please provide ID of this beautiful flower captured near Manali, HP in October 2014.
Some Lactuca species?


Lactuca dolichophylla (syn: L. longifolia) I hope


Pl.check Lactuca longifolia


Lactuca longifolia is the synonym of L. dolichophylla


 

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Lactuca dolichophylla from Harwan Kashmir-GSDEC2016/07 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)

Lactuca dolichophylla Kitamura in H. Hara, Fl. E. Himalaya. 341. 1966.

Syn: Lactuca longifolia DC. (non Mishaux); L. sagittatum Royle 
Annual or biennial herb with paniculately branched stem; lower leaves linear-lanceolate, undivided ot pinnately lobed, base sagittate, clasping, upper leaves undivided, progressively smaller; heads blue, in panicles; florets 12-18, involucre 9-10 mm in flower, up to 16 mm in fruit; involucre bracts purplish at tip, out shorter than inner; achene brown, body 4-5 mm long with 3-5 ribs on each side, beak filiform 3 mm long; pappus 6-7 mm long.
Photographed from Harwan, Kashmir


 

 
 
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