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*Pilosella flagellaris (Willdenow) P.D. Sell & C. West. Whiplash Hawkweed. Phen: May-Oct. Hab: Roadsides. Dist: Native of Europe.

Origin/Endemic status: Europe

Taxonomy Comments: Considered to derive from hybridization between P. caespitosa and P. officinarum.

Synonymy: = K4, NY, Bräutigam & Greuter (2007); = Hieracium ×flagellare Willd. var. flagellare – K1; = Hieracium flagellare Willd. – C, F, FNA19, K3, Mi, NE, Pa, SE1

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