Synotis rufinervis (DC.) C.Jeffrey & Y.L.Chen (syn. Cineraria hypoleuca DC.; Senecio rufinervis DC.);
Flora of Chakrata: Senecio sp from Chakrata, deovan area with large leaves: Senecio sp from Chakrata, deovan area (2400 mts) with large leaves, about 12 to 15 inches long, silvery beneath. Height about 3-4 feet
a link related to this sp
Can it be S grandifolius or it may be any sp of Inula
I hope Senecio rufinervis
Sir, Senecio rufinervis is an accepted name as per theplantlist.org, with synonym Cineraria hypoleuca. After Search for this name any good information was not obtained. there are three hypoleuca,
one Cineraria hypoleuca Sieber <http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/gcc-1074>,
2nd Cineraria hypoleuca DC. <http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/gcc-31741>,
3rd Cineraria hypoleuca Harv. & Sond.<http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/gcc-78618>
out of these two 1st and 3rd are synonym of Senecio verbascifolius. When i searched google for S verbascifolius plant were total different from ours. and search for Cineraria hypoleuca DC was also not revealed any concrete Information.
It is keyed and described in Flora Simlensis
Today after that impatiens i opened flora simlensis also and indeed i should take help from this also
Help required………………: I needed help regarding the etymology of Genus “Synotis“.
internet search did not yield any satisfactory result.
This one was recorded from in and around the valley of flowers, Uttrakhand… please help to identify.. leaves peculiar in being silvery beneath..
I hope Senecio rufinervis.
Thanks Sir for the response..
Senecio rufinervis Dc. photographed from Chakrata and Manali.
Thanks Sir, this confirms mine…
This has been lying in my Chakrata collection, this picture belongs to a small shrub... leaves silvery beneath, regularly serrate… I have tentatively placed this under Senecio… hopefully help will be received, as the tour was accompanied by …
Senecio rufinervis I hope.
Thanks sir for the feedback, I feel this is to be observed again.. the leaves are regularly lanceolate, almost equal, serration is quite well defined, and regular..
To me it is Senecio rufinervis (DC.) C.Jeffrey & Y.L. Chen, a shrub common inside forests.
Flora of Himachal Pradesh- Senecio rufinervis from Shimla : Attachments (3). 4 posts by 3 authors.
Senecio rufinervis from Shimla
Synotis rufinervis? ABOCT2016/01 : 3 posts by 2 authors. 7 images.
Not all leaves were white underneath but some were and I think these plants to be Synotis rufinervis. I photographed at least three different plants and if I have muddled different species together, please correct me. Please advise
Synotis rufinervis—Red-nerved Senecio
Mcleodganj-Triund, HP 2200m and above 01 October 2016
I think matches with images at Synotis rufinervis
Wonderful images in this set.
I have been collecting more photo evidence of Synotis rufinervis this year too and sharing it here. All photos are between 2400 and 3000m taken on 1st and 2nd October on my trek to Ilaqa and back.
Very nice details, I hope you are absolutely right in its identification.. thanks …
Synotis rufinervis AT OCT2016/01 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (5)
Botanical name: Synotis rufinervis
Synonym: Senecio rufinervis
October 7, 2016
SK333JAN22-2017:ID : 10 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (9)
Location: Raniban, Balaju, Kathmandu,Nepal
Altitude: 4900 ft.
Date: 20 January 2017
Inula cuspidata (Wall. ex DC.) C.B.Clarke (provisionally accepted name) ?? or
Solidago virga-aurea L. (provisionally accepted name) ?? or some different ???
Also does not match with comparative images at Inuleae
The white particles over the leaves are snow or dust or characteristic of it?
It is Senecio rufinervis
Solidago virgaurea L.
No Nepali Name
Does not match with its images at
I agree again with … I’d.
Synotis rufinervis (DC.) C.Jeffrey & Y.L.Chen
But some confusion about the flowering period and the elevation.
Any further information about this ?
Synotis rufinervis Syn. Senecio rufinervis
Synotis rufinervis AT AUG 2017/01 : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Synotis rufinervis (DC.) C.Jeffrey & Y.L.Chen
Synonym: Senecio rufinervis DC., Cineraria hypoleuca DC.
Did you check the elevation? IS it matching ? According to efloranepal there is vast difference.
Matching according to Flora Simlensis
and with specimen posted by … on Flowers of India.
The name suggested by you is another plant and that too occurs in this areas.
White lower surface and prominent veins on lower side of leaf are most peculiar characteristics of Synotis rufinervis.
Thanks, … Beautiful images and details. I agree with you.
14.11.10SP5 : Pl. identify following plant.
place: Dalhousiae, Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh
May be Senecio rufinervis, but not very sure
I guess correct ID SK333JAN22-2017:ID
I agree with you.
References: The Plant List Ver.1.1 JSTOR (Specimen) Annonated checklist of the flowering plants of Nepal Flowers of India