Carpesium nepalense

Carpesium nepalense Less., Linnaea 6: 234. 1831 (Syn: Carpesium acutum Hayata; Carpesium cernuum var. nepalense (Less.) C. B. Cl.); 

China (Yunnan), Taiwan, Tibet, India (NE-India, Nilgiris, temperate Himalayas, Meghalaya), Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, Darjeeling, Myanmar [Burma] (Mandalay), Sri Lanka, Vietnam as per Catalogue of Life;

Plant 30-80cm; stems puberulous at first to persistently lanate. Leaves ovate, rarely elliptic, narrower in inflorescence, 4-25 x 1.2-7cm, usually briefly acuminate, truncate and petiole to narrowly long attenuate at base, entire to sinuate denticulate, sparsely puberulous to pilose above and to thinly lanate beneath, short glandular hairy on both surfaces. Capitula usually solitary at branch ends, rarely several, well spaced along branches and subsessile, nodding, surrounded by a cluster of elliptic leafy bracts, each 1-5 x 0.3-1cm. Involucre 3-4-seriate; outermost phyllaries herbaceous at least above, oblong, c 6-8 x 2mm,acute or acuminate; inner ones shorter, scarious, oblong, acute or some obtuse. Disc 6-17mm diameter, greenish-yellow; corollas 1.4-3mm, tube glabrous or hairy. Achenes 4mm.
Fl. July - October
Meadows, clearings,pathsides, banks, streamsides in forests
(Attributions- A.J.C Grierson & D.G.Long. Flora of Bhutan. Published by RGoB and RBGE. 2001)
Blumea? ABAUG2016/45 : 4 posts by 2 authors. 5 images.
Is it a Blumea sp? Please advise.
Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
2000m approx.
16 August 2016
Does not seem to match with any of the species as per comparative images so far in efi at Blumea
To me appears close to Blumea lacera (Burm.f.) DC. as per images, details and references herein.
Thank you ... Most of the photos at the link show multiple flowers growing from the same node while our plants have solitary flowers. I am not sure if they match. Please check.
Yes. You have a valid point. It has to be something else.

Any idea about the genus or tribe of Asteraceae?
Please compare with Carpesium arbotanoides… Looks very likely...!!

Thank you ... Carpesium looks very likely but our plant looks different from C. abrotanoides. I will look more closely soon.
Yes, looks different from images at Carpesium abrotanoides
What are the other species of Carpesium reported from your area?

Thank you ... I have not been able to look into this yet. I will look up the reference material I have soon.
Carpesium nepalense Less. ??

Thanks, ..., for the id suggestion.
Although appears close at first glance, to me looks a bit different from Carpesium nepalense Lessing (particularly the length and shape of capitulum, lower leaves etc.) as per

Also could not find a match as per comparative images at Senecioneae

Also does not matches with Carpesium trachelifolium as per GBIF and Carpesium lipskyi Winkl. as per FOC illustration
Thank you very much … for pursuing it and … again for suggestions. C. nepalense looks tantalisingly close but I am not yet sure. I am attaching a couple of additional photos taken this year to see if it helps.

Thanks, ..., Yes, now it appears tantalisingly close as per
Carpesium nepalense var. lanatum (Hook. fil. & Thomson ex C. B. Cl.) Kitam. : 8 posts by 2 authors. 7 images- 6 to 7 mb each.
Location: Kathmandu Valley
Date:  October 2020 
Elevation: 2400m.
Habitat  : Wild

I think Carpesium nepalense var. nepalense Less. only as per keys at