Cyanthillium cinereum ? ;
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Attached are pictures of Cyanthillium cinereum captured at Mumbai in November 2012

Requested to please confirm ID.


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SK505 05 MAY-2017:ID : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (7)
Location: Soureni, Mirik, India
Date: 21 April 2017
Altitude: 4200 ft. 

Blumea


Please also check with Cyanthilium in eFI.


Thanks, …, for the initial Id.

I could not find a match with the existing images. May be some other species or variety as per Cyanthillium


Cyanthillium cinereum (L.) H. Rob. (accepted name) ??


Thanks, …, for the initial Id.

I also feel these are close to images at Cyanthillium cinereum (L.) H.Rob.


Shall I close on in this ID?


Beautiful. Never seen it earlier


I guess ID is already validated but still in UN ID list.


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Asteraceae member from South Andaman : 12 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)- around 1 Mb each.

Kindly help in identification of an Asteraceae specimen from South Andaman Island, A & N Islands.
Habit – diffuse branched herb.
Habitat – open grass patches with rocks and boulders at the top of a small hillock near sea.
Photographed on Nov.14,2015

Please check Emilia sp.


Thanks, …,  I do not think it is an Emilia species.


Cyanthillium cinereum (L.) H.Rob. ???


This is not Cyanthilium cinerum.


Tricholepis sp. ??


I do not think it is a Tricholepis species as per images herein


It certainly appears to be a Vernonieae member as per comparative images herein.
Closest I can reach as per these comparative images is Cyanthillium cinereum which seems quite a variable species as per images herein.
May I request you to pl. reconsider this species.

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Swamy/New series/ID/10 – ID of the Asteraceae plant: 3 images.
Please ID the plant photographed in Chennai – sent by a friend last week (15.5.21). Asteraceae member – a twiner in the farmland.


Images not so clear ! Pink flowers? Vernonia cinerea (L.) Less.  ??


Yes it’s …


Thanks …  for the ID.  I will request the sender to provide me with a clear photograph …


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