Erigeron poncinsii (Franch.) Botsch., 776 1957. (Syn: Aster poncinsii Franch.; Conyza andryaloides DC.; Diplopappus andryaloides (DC.) O.Fedtsch. & B.Fedtsch.; Erigeron primuloides Popov; Psychrogeton andryaloides (DC.) Novopokr. ex Krasch.; Psychrogeton poncinsii (Franch.) Ling & Y.L.Chen; Psychrogeton primuloides (Popov) Grierson);
PLANT FOR ID 125 SMP JUN 09 Lahaul Spiti:
I think Psychrogeton andryaloides is the closest match
Yes … is right
Psychrogeton andryaloides I suppose
Interestingly I had identified this for … from Lahul Spiti, seconded by …, in June 2009. I wonder why it did not reach FOI. efi thread
In fact the name was suggested by … as one of the possibilities.
The earlier flower and id did not reach FOI simply because I was not following efloraofindia discussions regularly.
PS: The currently accepted name is Erigeron poncinsii (Franch.) Botsch.
Asteraceae Week Part I-Radiate heads:: Erigeron poncinsii Spiti valley SMP3 : 1 image. 5 posts by 5 authors.
Thanks for showing a new species to me …, capturing such species is as a big deal as visiting such areas…
Help in ID OF this plant from Ladakh region : 3 posts by 3 authors.
In july month we along with … were in Ladakh.
These pictures are taken by …
May I request you to please help in ID.
Photographed on July 18, 2014 near Leh, on way to Pangong Lake.
Please try to match your pics with:
I hope Waldheimia vestita
This seems to be what I previously knew as Pyschrogeton andryaloides – and is listed as such in Stewart and more up-to-date by Dickore & Klimes but now considered as Erigeron poncinsii which ‘Flowers of the Himalaya’ says is common on dry stony slopes in Ladakh and Lahoul.