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False Dandelion

Genus: Agoseris


Looks like a teeny tiny dandelion! Whole blossom smaller than my fingernail. Long stems, slightly hairy. Small, very-clustered, Dandelion-like leaves at the base. What appear to be seed-pods or spent blooms tower above the current blooms.


My backyard- a rather [thus far] neglected Florida turkey-oak/pine sandhill . (This is in the process of being rectified as I turn it into a native habitat again.) Many of what I assumed were "weeds" when we moved in last summer have turned out to be Wildflowers- a few of them even Endemics. So I never take anything for granted now!

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Lee Williams
Lee Williams 11 years ago
False Dandelion
Genus: Agoseris Agoseris

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Florida, USA

Spotted on Apr 26, 2013
Submitted on Apr 26, 2013

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