Pl. follow the following posting guidelines:
"3. Mention the date ... of the pictures posted.
8. Numbering for Id requests- DDMMYY+ Initials+ Sl.No. (if more than one on same day) to avoid any confusion, clubbing of mails with same subject line on the Google group, better linking in Indiantreepix database etc. For example if I post an Id request, it will be like ''For Id 060408JM1’’, 060408JM2 etc., in case it is not like '' Is it Bombax ceiba (Semal)?'' (this is much better) & recommended. One may post one or two Id requests a day for better attention & feedback."
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... commonly known as: no English names found ... perhaps these sound OK: tomentose fleabane, woolly fleabane • Sanskrit: कलम्बिका kalambika, सिंहलतिक्त sinhalatikta • Tamil: கொழும்பு kolumpu, கொழும்புவேர் kolumpu-ver • Telugu: kalamba
Not much discussed about this species on the WWW.
JSTOR may have some matter, but that has restriced access.
Pluchea ovalis is the current accepted name at eFlora (Flora of Pakistan).
[ http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=5&taxon_id=242426917 ]
It looks like Synedrella nodiflora.
--- On Tue, 12/1/09, shivaprakash adavanne <adav...@gmail.com> wrote: