Asteraceae Fortnight Part 1-Radiate Heads: Dimorphotheca sp. for ID from Delhi-GS56 : Attachments (3).
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Please help in ID of this Dimorphotheca. Looks similar to D. sinuata but has broader disc. I had earlier placed it under D. aurantiaca, but that is now Castalis tragus, characterised by narrower brown disc, and not yellow and broader as in this case..
Dimorphotheca sinuata DC. ??
Appears close as per FOI, Pantzafrica, Ncsu
Also appears close to Osteospermum ecklonis (syn: Dimorphotheca ecklonis), only species listed in flora of Peninsular India as per