Asteraceae Week Part 1-Radiate heads: Anaphalis busua from near Baratkhai and Manali-GS12

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Gurcharan Singh

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May 1, 2013, 10:44:04 PM5/1/13
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Anaphalis busua (Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don) DC., Prodr. 6: 275. 1838
Syn: Anaphalis arenosa DC.

Short leaves perennials with often long auricled leaves with a decurrent base almost forming a wing, linear-oblanceolate, apex acuminate; heads many in corymbs; phyllaries 4-5 seriate, whitish, outer lanceolate obtuse, inner spathulate, acute; female florets filiform, bisexual ones tubular; achenes less than 1 mm long with thick setae. 

Photographraphed from Chakrata Road and Manali


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Subject: [efloraofindia:153451] Asteraceae Week Part 1-Radiate heads: Anaphalis busua from near Baratkhai and Manali-GS12
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GOPAL SINGH Rawat

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Nov 17, 2017, 6:53:39 AM11/17/17
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Thanks a lot Gargji. I concur with your diagnosis. Regards
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Thanks a lot, Rawat ji.


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