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Asteraceae (aster, daisy, or sunflower family) » Synedrella nodiflora

¿ Synedrella ? -- pronunciation / meaning not known to me no-dee-FLOR-uh -- meaning, flowers from the nodes

commonly known as: cinderella weed, nodeweed, pig grass, synedrella • Japanese: fushizakiso • Kwara‘ae: kinoli • Maori (Cook Islands): ngaroiarui • Marshallese: bwilbwilikkaj, kinwoj • Samoan: lau otioti, lau‘oti‘oti, tae‘oti, taioti • Spanish: cerbatana, flor amarilla, guacara, venturosa • Tahitian: tauatini • Tongan: pakaka, pakopako

Native to: central America, tropical South America; naturalized in paleotropics

References: Flowers of IndiaFloristic Survey by The Institute of Science, MumbaiPIER

Source Ngaroiarui (in Maori)
Author Dinesh Valke from Thane, India


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