Blumea eriantha

Blumea eriantha DC., 1834.;

India (widespread, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Goa), Nepal, ?Andamans as per Catalogue of life;

blum-EE-uh -- named after Karl Ludwig von Blume, Dutch botanist
er-ee-AN-thuh -- wool flower
... Dave's Botanary

commonly known as: wool-flower blumea • Marathi: बुराडी buradi, निमुर्डी nimurdi

Flora Of Guntur District: Andhra Pradesh, India By T. Pullaiah (Description with keys- bifoliata, eriantha, mollis & obliqua) 
 


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DV :: 16 FEB 13 10:10 :: Blumea species at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary : 4 images. 7 posts by 3 authors.
Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary ... about 100 - 2100 ft asl
... part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Mixed vegetation - dry deciduous, moist deciduous, semi-evergreen 
 
ID please, of Blumea species.
Date & time: 16 FEB 13 10:10AM
Altitude: about 432 ft asl
Habitat: mixed-deciduous forest, along path
Habit: herb about 40 - 50 cm high, flower 6 - 8 mm across
 
How about Blumea eriantha DC ? 
Many thanks ...
I am always confused with some of the Blumea species.
B. eriantha, a plant with large basal leaves; not sure.
Let us wait for some validating comment(s).
Have posted another - similar looking flat-topped flower-head Blumea for ID query ... Blumea species at Kulanggad.
even to me it look like Blumea eriantha...
Tungareshwar is a beautiful place for nature lovers.... with wast diversity of plants..
I dont know why this line is appearing .. part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park?
Thank you very much ... for the ID validation. With ... and your thought, am convinced with B. eriantha.
About Tungareshwar WLS being part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park - me too was surprised to see this board during my visit last September 2012.

Asteraceae Week (Part II - Discoid heads) :: Blumea eriantha at Tungareshwar WLS :: 16 FEB 13 :: DV07 : 4 images. 3 posts by 3 authors.
Blumea eriantha DC.
blum-EE-uh -- named after Karl Ludwig von Blume, Dutch botanist
er-ee-AN-thuh -- wool flower
... Dave's Botanary
commonly known as: wool-flower blumea • Marathi: बुराडी buradi, निमुर्डी nimurdi
Native to: India
Reference: Flora of the Presidency of Bombay
at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary on 16 FEB 13


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ANAPR13 Blumea(?) sp. for identification : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8) 
Family: Asteraceae
Date: 5th April 2015
Place: Agumbe, Karnataka

Habit: Herb
Blumea species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available) 
It is Blumea oxydonta DC., of Asteraceae; Serratures spiny, plants densely hairy, floral heads yellow.
Thank you very much ... I appreciate the specific features of ID.
I think close to high resolution specimens at Blumea lacera at
https://www.gbif.org/species/9053465
thank you for correcting me
I think closer to Blumea oxyodonta as originally suggested by ...
Looks different from images at Blumea lacera 
On further scrutiny, I think more closer to Blumea malcolmii rather than Blumea oxyodonta as per images, details and references in these links. 
On further scrutiny, I find it more closer to images at Blumea eriantha DC. 

 
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