Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise pl.
Earlier relevant feedback:
“This may be P. amarus or even P. fraternus which is a commoner plant.
The leaves do not appear to be oblique at base and glaucous beneath,
so more probability of the latter. Yet the ribbing of seeds on the
back alone will split the 2 species; parallel for A. fraternus and
irregular for P. amarus. Regards
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