Leontodon hispidus L.
(rough hawkbit)

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Taxonomic hierarchy:
SpeciesLeontodon hispidus (rough hawkbit)
GenusLeontodon (hawkbits)
TribeLactuceae (“dandelions”)
SubfamilyLACTUCOIDEAE (“dandelions”)
FamilyASTERACEAE (daisies, dandelions and thistles, composite)
OrderASTERALES (daisies, dandelions, thistles and bell flowers)
SubclassEU-DICOTS (dicotyledonous flowering plants)
ClassMAGNOLIOPSIDA (flowering plants)
PhylumTRACHEOPHYTA (vascular plants)
KingdomPLANTAE (plants)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)
Records of Leontodon hispidus (Rough Hawkbit) :
1: Leontodon hispidus (Rough Hawkbit)
25 Aug 2001 OSGR: SU56 51° 30' N, 1° 20' W Vice County: Berks (VC 22) England
Image 1: Basal leavesImage 2: Capitulum bud - side viewImage 3: Capitulum - fadedImage 4: Capitulum - in budImage 5: Capitulum - oblique viewImage 6: Capitulum - oblique view (2)Image 7: Capitulum - side viewImage 8: Plant - side viewImage 9: Plant - top viewImage 10: Capitulum - faded - lateral viewImage 11: Capitulum - lateral viewImage 12: Leaf margin - enlargedImage 13: Leaf margin - enlarged (2)Image 14: Leaf margin - magnifiedImage 15: Leaf - upper side - magnifiedImage 16: Leaf - upper side - magnified (2)Image 17: Leaf underside - midrib - magnifiedImage 18: Leaves and flowersImage 19: Leaves - uppersidesImage 20: Leaves - uppersides - enlargedImage 21: Leaves - undersidesImage 22: Leaves - undersides - enlargedImage 23: Peduncle - enlargedImage 24: Phyllaries - enlarged

Leontodon hispidus (Rough Hawkbit) may be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 10 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Leontodon hispidus (Rough Hawkbit)
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