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Tuberous Hawkbit / Lavlji zub

Leontodon tuberosus L.

Habitat:

It is native to Eurasia and North Africa. Flowering time: from Sep to Mar

Notes:

Its roots can be eaten raw and leaves steamed. Its English name derives from the mediaeval belief that hawks ate the plant to improve their eyesight.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Jopy
Jopy 7 years ago
Lavlji zub, tuberous-hawkbit
Leontodon tuberosus


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11 Comments

Ursula
Ursula 7 years ago

will try

injica
injica 7 years ago

Unless you don't make the range bigger almost all the spotting are gonna be treated as wrong, so please do correct that :)

Ursula
Ursula 7 years ago

:)

injica
injica 7 years ago

Tnx I have few more for you! :)

Ursula
Ursula 7 years ago

if you want, you should add it in this group as well other of your spottings where plants can be eaten or used in medical purposes, such as lungwort etc. http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/2096...

Jopy
Jopy 7 years ago

polako, skoro će biti obostrano :-)

injica
injica 7 years ago

za sada to ide vrlo jednostrano ;)

Jopy
Jopy 7 years ago

učimo jedna od druge :-)

injica
injica 7 years ago

Vidim, vidim, viele danke, geek :P šalim se, e za ovo nisam ni znala da se tako zove, tnx!

Jopy
Jopy 7 years ago

e, danas sam se baš ufurala u tvoje fotke :-) još jedan ispravak, ovo sigurno nije maslačak nego lavlji zub, odlična fotka!

Sachin Zaveri
Sachin Zaveri 8 years ago

cool,

injica
Spotted by
injica

Croatia

Spotted on Oct 22, 2010
Submitted on Feb 22, 2012

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