Dimorphotheca species

 
 
 
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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..
 
 
 
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