It appears to be Erechtites hieraciifolia, as well. In general, leaf shape is one of the least reliable characteristics to use for identifying a plant. Degree of hairiness can be a useful characteristic in some cases, but often isn't that reliable either. Wild species tend to show a lot of variation from one plant to another due to growing conditions, genetic variability, etc.
The flowers of Erechtites are quite distinctive and match the plant in your pictures extremely well. The leaf arrangement is correct for Erechtites. The leaves, and the general appearance of the plant itself, are at least within the range of what would be expected for Erechtites.