Synotis alata

Synotis alata (Wall. ex Wall.) C.Jeffrey & Y.L.Chen, Kew Bull. 39(2): 306 (1984): 306 1984. (Syn: Cacalia thyrsoidea Spreng. ex DC.; Senecio alatus Wall.; Senecio alatus var. oligocephalus Y.L.Chen & K.Y.Pan; Senecio cymatocrepis Diels);

Images by J.M.Garg (Id by Krishan Lal), Nidhan Singh (Id by Umeshkumar Tiwari), Balkar Singh (Id by J.M.Garg) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos & complete details, click on the links)


VOF Week: Composite for id from the valley:
This was shot from way to the guess is some Senecio... hope to get id
I this it is Synotis alata (Wall. ex Wall.) C.Jeffrey & Y.L.Chen.
Flora of Uttarakhand- Herb42 for Id- JM:  Wild Herb captured on 13/8/10 during the trek from Ghangaria (around 11,000 ft.) to Hemkunt Sahib (around 14000 ft.).
I suspect this may be the autumn form of Ainsliaea aptera when flower heads don't open and produce seeds directly.
possibility of Adenocaulon himalaicum
I hope it is Senecio alatus.
Ainsliaea latifolia (as the petioles are winged. In aptera, the specific epithet suggests wingless form)
Thanks, ..., But it appears totally different from the specimen of Ainsliaea latifolia as below:
Synotis alata (Wall. ex Wall.) C.Jeffrey & Y.L.Chen as identified by ... in this thread & ... as per thread

Last time i have had already identified it is Synotis alata only

Vof Week: 13092012 BS-2 Large Herb for id from Valley:
Large Herb for id from Valley
No opened flowers were there
Some Senecio??
This appears to be same as in the thread

Synotis alata (Wall. ex Wall.) C.Jeffrey & Y.L.Chen as identified by ... in my post & ... as per thread

Asteraceae Fortnight Part I-Radiate Heads: Perhaps a Senecio sp. from VOF- NS 82 : Attachments (3).  2 posts by 1 author.
Please help to identify this member of Asteraceae which was shot from Valley of Flowers, Uttrakhand...
Early response to this taxon- Synotis alata.. by ...
Herb from chopta (Tungnath) Uthrakand : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)
Herb from Chopta (Tungnath) Uthrakand around 2700m altitude 

I have photographed it in Valley of flowers and got the id with great difficulty. But unable to recall now this asteraceae member.
Just now got it as