Dear members,
Pl. check ‎Asteraceae (Compositae)
Here I have further classified it into subfamilies & tribes (for big
subfamilies like ‎‎Asteroideae

In this way we can have comparative images on either subfamilies (except
for ‎Asteroideae
or tribes (for Asteroideae
This should better help us in finding a suitable match for posted plants
with some little expertise or experience.
I think we can follow this for some of the big families, if required. in
Any views in the matter will be highly appreciated.
With regards,

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