Pentanema cernuum

Pentanema cernuum (Dalzell) Ling , Acta Phytotax. Sin. x. 180 (1965). 1965. (Syn: Inula dalzellii Hand.-Mazz.; Vicoa cernua Dalzell);
 
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  
 
This Asteraceae member was photographed at Churdhaar WLS, Shimla back in Dec 2009.
 
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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
References: Flowers of IndiaFlora of ChinaFlowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar  
at Ratangad on 14 JAN 12
Nice one


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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.


 
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Asteraceae week Images for identification : 13 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Attaching images of Asteraceae member for identification from Nasik, please identify
Do you have other images or a habit image ?
attaching some more images 
Senecio bombayensis Balakr. or some similar genera? I not sure at all. In fact, I am unable to say the genus also. 

the involucre of bracts looks like that of Phyllocephalum or similar genera...please check

More likely to be a species of Pentanema
Pl. check comparative images at 
my friend ... has also suggeted it to be as Pentanemae cernum, it looks so except for the flowers, please see 

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ID Request: 16102012-PKA1: Seen this Asteraceae herb at base of Tungi Fort, Lonavala- Pawna region. looks like some Blumea sp??
Date/Time: 13-10-2012 / 01:00PM
Habitat: Wild.
Does not appears to be from Blumea as per comparative images herein.

This is a species of Pentanema 

Thanks, ..., for the genus id.
I think close to Pentanema cernuum (Dalzell) Ling as per comparative images at Pentanema



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