Vicoa gokhalei KUMAR VINOD CHHOTUPURI GOSAVI, NILESH APPASO MADHAV, ARUN NIVRUTTI CHANDORE, SHARAD SURESH KAMBALE, SHRIRANG RAMCHANDRA YADAV, Phytotaxa, Vol 471, No 3, 2020;

This Asteraceae member was photographed at Churdhaar WLS, Shimla back in Dec 2009.


Vicoa gokhalei as per details at Vicoa gokhalei by …



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Pentanema cernuum (Dalzell) Ling
pen-ta-NEE-muh — Greek: penta (five), nema (thread)… Dave’s Botanary
SER-new-um or SERN-yoo-um — nodding … Dave’s Botanary
commonly known as: nodding pentanema • Marathi: सोनसरी sonsari
Native to: s-w China, Bhutan, India, Nepal
ReferencesFlowers of India • Flora of China • Flowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar

at Ratangad on 14 JAN 12


Nice one


Vicoa gokhalei as per details at Vicoa gokhalei by …



Images by Alka Khare (Id by Mandar Datar) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos & complete details, click on the links)

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Rajgad, Dec 2014 :: Requesting ID – Senecio (?) :: ARKFEB-03/03 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (7)

Please ID these yellow flowers captured at Rajgad near Pune in Dec 2014.

Are they Senecio edgworthii?


efi page on Senecio edgeworthii


Pentanema cernuum (Dalzell) Ling


Interesting observations …
Often these plants are neglected assuming to be Senecio.
Thanks … for the ID

The leaves here definitely look different which must be the differentiating character from the common Pentanema indicum


True, I observed these flowers as different only because at a particular place, they stood beside S. bombayensis and looked completely different.
Else I would have assumed them to be some Senecio

For a layperson, the Senecios and the like are very difficult to identify/differentiate.


Vicoa gokhalei as per details at Vicoa gokhalei by …


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Vicoa gokhalei : 1 attachment.
The flower images posted as Pentanema cernuum (which is now Vicoa cernua) by Dinesh ValkeNeha Singh and Alka Khare should actually be of a newly described species Vicoa gokhalei Gosavi, Madhav, Chandore & S.R.Yadav
I am attaching a page from the 2020 paper describing the species. Vicoa cernua has very small ray-florets. The flowers with long ray-florets should be of Vicoa gokhalei

Thank you very much … for leading to this ID, and for the literature.


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Posted by Dinesh Valke in 2013, Neha Singh in 2011 and Alka Khare in 2015 and identified as Pentanema cernuum have been published now as
Vicoa gokhalei in 2020, as per details herein.

This again highlights the treasure trove present in efloraofindia, yet to be discovered.


Yes …, very true


Yes … In fact I had seen this plant in the year 2007 at Vasota fort in Maharashtra.


Very nice dear … !! Matter of pride !!

If possible, you may add your picture(s) of the plant to eFI for sake of records.



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References:
Vicoa gokhalei (Inuleae, Asteraceae), a new species from the northern Western Ghats, India, PhytotaxaVol 471, No 3, 2020 (Abstract- A new species of Vicoa, V. gokhalei is described and illustrated from high elevated areas of northern Western Ghats, India. The new species is closely related with V. cernua which is also known from high elevated areas of northern Western Ghats. Along with detailed description, diagnostic characters, phenology, coloured photographs, illustration, ecological note, distribution and identity of the new species and key of Vicoa species for India are provided.)

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