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Earlier relevant feedback:
“This I think is not A. pungens rather A. ficoides, which shows a lot of variability
A. pungens is a prostrate plant, often forming patches characterised by nearly rounded leaves narrowed towards base and the flowers have perianth with sharp spiny tips. I am uploading it separately
Dr. Gurcharan Singh”
“This is not Alternanthera sessilis” from Mahadeswara ji.