identification requested.: 3 high res. images.
it is herb taken in sandy soil near sea Bay of bengal coast village. unable to comprehend, Polycarpon or

Looks different from three species of Polycarpon mentioned in the Flora of Peninsular india.

To me appears close to images at Glinus oppositifolius (L.) Aug.DC., but fruits look a bit thicker.

Is it suffering from disease/ galls etc.?

Also try Dentella repens or something similar.

This is Euphorbia or a close relative. There are cyathia with nectaries. There should be a white latex in the stem and leaves. I am interested in further identification. It is quite difficult to identify a species using the images.

I could not find any match as per comparative images at Euphorbia.


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