Tricholepis radicans (Roxb.) DC., Prodr. (DC.) 6: 564 564 1838. (Syn: Carduus punctatus herb.madr. ex Wall. [Invalid]; Carduus radicans Roxb.);
KAS week:: (For Identification – 03/10/2012-NJ):
This appears to be Tricholepis radicans. Do you have more views of the flower head and leaves to ascertain the id?
Yes, it does look like some Tricholepis sp.
Also looks similar to Baccharoides anthelmintica from Mandi, uploaded by me: efi thread
I also think it to be Tricholepis radicans. I can see some linear lanceolate leaves with serrate/dentate margins. Of course size and other details are lacking to come to any conclusion. T. radicans is a very small herb may be 6 inches or so.
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May be Tricholepis radicans
Yes, it looks like Tricholepis radicans
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Tricholepis radicans (Roxb.) DC,
Asteraceae weed in the rain fed agriculture field from Krishnagiri dt Tamilnadu
Tricholepis radicans from Anjana Layout Bangalore-GS20012022-3: 5 images- 4 high res.
Tricholepis radicans photographed from Anjana Layout Bangalore, 21-9-2015.
Tricholepis radicans from Anjana Layout Bangalore-GS31012022-5: 6 high res. images.
Flora of Davanagere District: Karnataka, India By B. K. Manjunatha, V. Krishna, T. Pullaiah (Description & Keys- Tricholepis radicans & T. glaberrima)