Pentanema cernuum (Dalzell) Ling , Acta Phytotax. Sin. x. 180 (1965). 1965. (Syn: Inula dalzellii Hand.-Mazz.; Vicoa cernua Dalzell);
pen-ta-NEE-muh — Greek: penta (five), nema (thread)… Dave’s Botanary
commonly known as: nodding pentanema • Marathi: सोनसरी sonsari
Native to: s-w China, Bhutan, India, Nepal
Asteraceae week Images for identification : 13 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Attaching images of Asteraceae member for identification from Nasik, please identify
Do you have other images or a habit image ?
attaching some more images
Senecio bombayensis Balakr. or some similar genera? I not sure at all. In fact, I am unable to say the genus also.
the involucre of bracts looks like that of Phyllocephalum or similar genera…please check
More likely to be a species of Pentanema
Pl. check comparative images at
my friend … has also suggeted it to be as Pentanemae cernum, it looks so except for the flowers, please see
ID Request: 16102012-PKA1: Seen this Asteraceae herb at base of Tungi Fort, Lonavala- Pawna region. looks like some Blumea sp??
Does not appears to be from Blumea as per comparative images herein.
This is a species of Pentanema
Thanks, …, for the genus id.
I think close to Pentanema cernuum (Dalzell) Ling as per comparative images at Pentanema