Here are some pictures of Cirsium falconeri, a very common Asteraceae
seed in Dharamshala.
Dr. Sayed Nudrat Zawar
Senior Conservation Officer
Conservation Action Trust Mumbai
I was prompted to check postings of Cirsium falconeri on eFI as I mentioned the species in images of the habitat of Inula royleana I have just posted.
Sorry, I have doubts about whether this is C.falconeri, which I shall be posting images of from Kashmir. Shall come back to these images and comment further. Must try to stick to concentrating on Inulas FIRST! But attention should always be drawn to possible, probable or definite misidentifications, at the earliest opportunity.
Thanks a lot, Chadwell ji.
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