Leucanthemum vulgare ?;


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Wild Flower from Neora Valley NP: Another shot of a wild flower taken near Kolakham village of the Eastern 

Please help with the ID….

Looks like Leucanthemum vulgare to me.

The narrow lip with notched (or bilobed) apex, and the lesser number of disc florets point to Erigeron may be E. karvinskianus. But I am not sure.

The head definitely looks like Leucanthemum vulgare, and the plant is spreading fast in Himalayas, but one needs to see leaves, especially basal to confirm

Upper leaves do not indicate towards L. vulgare.


ID request- 22112010_DS_SN2: Though seem to bde a very common in Himalayas – I do not have proper Id for
it. Captured in Uttarakhand _ – October 2010 , within 5000-6000 ft. height. Grows in patches, on hills.

– Leucanthemum vulgare!

– I too think it is Margarite (Germanname) = oxeye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare, syn. Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) says Wiki.                   In german wiki I found Info about the Margarite-day or daisyday. The engl. translation would be:
Daisies are popular ornamental plants, which are used as garden or pot plants and sold as cut flowers. At the beginning of the 20th Century daisies formed the subject of daisies-days when roads festively decorated with daisies and were sold for charitable purposes, artificial flowers in the form of daisies.
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margeritentag for more Info on margaritentag ( Daisyday).

looks different sp. (from Leucanthemum vulgare (Vaill.) Lam.)

Does not look like L. vulgare. May be Erigeron sp. ?