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Autumnal Hawkbit (Leontodon autumnalis)


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A plant with bright yellow florets and deeply divided leaves. It is less hairy than Rough Hawkbit. The involucre bracts beneath the flower-head narrow suddenly into a stalk. It is common on grasslands in the late summer and autumn (except on chalk), flowering from June to October. Picture taken on the 23rd September at Felmersham, Bedfordshire.

23rd Oct 2006 by Diane Earl

Biology, Science

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