Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis Lam. (redirected from: Leontodon taraxacoides)
Family: Asteraceae
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[Leontodon leysseri (Wallr.) Beck,  more]
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Emmet J. Judziewicz  
Etymology: Leontodon: from Greek leon, "lion," and odous, "tooth," because of the toothed leaves
Plants: erect, perennial, 4"-14" tall forb with milky juice
Leaves: basal, hairy, usually with shallow lobes
Flowers: head 1/2" wide with the yellow rays with a blunt, toothed tip; inflorescence of one head on long curved stalk arising from base of plant; blooms June-Sept.
Fruits: dry seed on fluffy pappus
Habitat: lawns, disturbed sites
Conservation Status: Introduced - locally established
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Botanical Illustration  
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Emmet J. Judziewicz  
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Emmet J. Judziewicz  
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Emmet J. Judziewicz  
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Botanical Illustration  
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
Leontodon saxatilis subsp. saxatilis image
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