Senecio edgeworthii Hook. fil., Fl. Brit. Ind. iii. 346. 1881. (Syn: Doronicum argenteum Dalzell ex Cooke; Doronicum tomentosum Wight; Madaractis lanuginosa Edgew.; Senecio lanuginosus var. tomentosus (Wight) M.R.Almeida; Senecio tomentosus (Wight) C.B.Clarke) ?;
India (Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu) as per CoL;

Requesting ID of Asteraceae member: 3 high res. images.
This Asteraceae family plant blooming near Pachmarhi on the slope of a hill. These pictures were clicked on a phone camera by my friend Adil. Kindly ID this species.

Habit and Observations: Perennial shrub,  leaves are like the Chrysanthemum’s leaves with crenate and lobed margins and appear leathery, alternate arrangement,  stems are tomentose. Bright Yellow-colored flower with approx. 10 petals.
Habitat: Hill slope 
Location: Pachmarhi Region
Date: Last week of December 2023

Please check Senecio edgeworthii Hook.fil. !

It appears similar to the pictures of Senecio edgeworthii posted in an old discussion on this group.


Senecio edgeworthii : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
Attached herewith are images for Senecio edgeworthii photographed near Talegaon Dabhade.
I was puzzled with one of the feature of the plant. The plant had small cottony nodule like structures near the base as well as at every leaf node.  They did not appear like stipules.
Would like to know what these out growths are. Would request for comments.

Can it be Senecio bombayensis Balakr. ?

Different leaf shapes in different links. Difficult to confirm !
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