Artemisia roxburghiana from Chakrata Tiger fall Road:
Artemisia roxburghiana Wall. ex Besser, Bull. Soc. Imp. Naturalistes Moscou. 9: 57. 1836
Ascending or erect perennial herb with short-petioled or almost sessile leaves, bi-pinnatisect into lanceolate segments, upper leaves entire or pinnatisect, sparsely hairy on upper surface, white-arachnoid beneath; heads shortly stalked, 3-4 mm long in narrowly spicate-racemose panicle; phyllaries scarious-margined; florets yellowish-brown, style branches exserted.
Common around Chakrata, photographed along Chakrata Tiger fall road in September.

SK997 6 MAR-2018 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
Location: Chautarai, Nepal  
Date: 19 January 2014
Altitude: 4600 ft.
Habit : Wild
Artemisia … ????

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A wild guess May be some Artemisia sp. Alok
A wild guess May be some Artemisia sp.

Pl. check at

Artemisia roxburghiana Bess.  ??

To me also appear close to images at Artemisia roxburghiana Wall. ex Besser

Artemisia indica Willd. Accepted Name : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (3)
Sharing some pictures I guess is Artemisia indica illd. (Accepted Name )shot at Chautara Nepal on 21 January 2014 at 4500 ft.
Nepali Name : तितेपाती Titepaatee  / नाग दमनी Naag Damanee / गन्धे झार  Gandhr Jhaar 


Artemisia species for ID from Kashmir-GS24112021-6: 3 high res. images.
Artemisia species for ID from below Gulmarg, Kashmir, alt 2300 m, 17-8-2011

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Artemisia indica Willd. ??

I think it is more closer to the images at Artemisia roxburghiana Wall. ex Besser rather than Artemisia indica Willd.
Pl. check.


Artemisia dubia Wall. ex Besser or Artemisia roxburghiana Besser. ??/:

You may be right – the FOI plant could be Artemisia dubia. Artemisia roxburghiana is not found in East Himalaya.

However, there seems to be a reasonable resemblance to Artemisia indica too:

But Artemisia dubia Wall. ex Besser is not syn of Artemisia roxburghiana Besser. as indicated in the page.

Oh, I think you are referring to this page:

and not the one for Artemisia indica on FOI.
Yes, that synonymy needs to be corrected