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Taraxacum naevosiforme Dahlst.

Scattered mainly in north of Britain. Possibly extinct in Cardiff. Native.

  • St Fagans, ST/1.7, E. Vachell, undated (OXF).

Taraxacum necessarium H.Øllg.

Scattered in Britain and in Cardiff, probably introduced.

  • Llanishen Industrial Estate, grassy verge by railings, ST/17.81, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Mar 22 (T6; V.2008.1.734).
  • Cardiff, south-west corner of Cefn Mably Woods, by minor road, ST/210.838, A. Orange, 1999 Apr 11 (V.2002.012.58).
<em>Taraxacum necessarium</em> H.Øllg.
Taraxacum necessarium H.Øllg.
<em>Taraxacum necessarium</em> H.Øllg.
Taraxacum necessarium H.Øllg.

Taraxacum nigridentatum T.Edmondson

An uncommon native endemic found mainly in Wales. It has dark-blotched leaves and pink petioles.

  • Pengam, verge, Ffordd Pengam, ST/214.777, 2010 Apr 20, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.437).

Taraxacum nitidum Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.

Scattered in Britain and in Cardiff, probably introduced. Has dark blotches on the leaves.

  • Llanishen, weed, allotment, ST/180.814, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Mar 22 (T19; V.2008.1.703).
  • Cardiff Bay, waste ground, nr pool, ST/180.730, 2010 Apr 10, T. C. G. Rich (T539 (V.2010.1.413).
  • Gabalfa Interchange, grassland NE of interchange, ST/169.792, 2010 Apr 14, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.358) and middle of, ST/168.791, 2010 Apr 14, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.443).
  • Pantmawr, A470 verge, ST/148.814, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 29 (T173; V.2009.1.169 and 170).
<em>Taraxacum nitidum</em> Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.
Taraxacum nitidum Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.
<em>Taraxacum nitidum</em> Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.
Taraxacum nitidum Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.
<em>Taraxacum nitidum</em> Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.
Taraxacum nitidum Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.
<em>Taraxacum nitidum</em> Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.
Taraxacum nitidum Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.

Taraxacum nordstedtii Dahlst.

Common and widespread in Britain and probably Cardiff though not recorded recently, native.

  • Pentrebane, ST/1.7, E. Vachell, 1938 May (49.29.4707).
  • St. Fagans, ST/1.7, E. Vachell, 1931 May (49.29.4704).
  • St. Fagans, ST/1.7, marshy ground and copse near viaduct, ST/1.7, A. E. Wade, 1975 May 1 (77.7B.4).
<em>Taraxacum nordstedtii</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum nordstedtii Dahlst.

Taraxacum oblongatum Dahlst.

Common and widespread in Britain and probably Cardiff, native.

  • Cardiff Bay, waste ground, near pool, ST/180.730, 2010 Apr 10, T. C. G. Rich (T538; V.2010.1.364 and 411).
  • Park Place bus stop, Cathays, ST/183.770, 2010 Apr 16, T. C. G. Rich (T564; V.2010.1.376).
  • Rhiwbina, Porthamal Road, in rough grass by garden wall, ST/162.809, A. Orange, 1997 Apr 19 (V.2002.012.19).
<em>Taraxacum oblongatum</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum oblongatum Dahlst.
<em>Taraxacum oblongatum</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum oblongatum Dahlst.

Taraxacum obtusifrons Markl.

A rarely introduced species usually found in urban areas. The inner leaves have lobes wider than the terminal lobe.

  • Cardiff Bay, waste ground by ice rink, ST/180.730, 2010 Apr 10, T. C. G. Rich (T545; V.2010.1.394).
<em>Taraxacum obtusifrons</em> Markl.
Taraxacum obtusifrons Markl.
<em>Taraxacum obtusifrons</em> Markl.
Taraxacum obtusifrons Markl.

Taraxacum oxoniense Dahlst.

Common and widespread in Britain and probably Cardiff, native.

  • Pentrebane, ST/1.7, E. Vachell, 1938 (49.29.4673).
  • Leckwith, ST/1.7, A. E. Wade, 1922 Mar (29.55.175).
  • St Fagan's, ST/1.7, H. J. Riddelsdell, 1909 May 25 (BM).
<em>Taraxacum oxoniense</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum oxoniense Dahlst.

Taraxacum pachymerum G.E.Haglund

Locally common in Britain but rarer in Cardiff, probably introduced.

  • Park Place bus stop, Cathays, ST/183.770, 2010 Apr 16, T. C. G. Rich (T563; V.2010.1.375).
  • Rhiwbina, lawn and flowerbed, 67 Heol Uchaf, ST/161.821, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 27 (V.2009.1.206).
<em>Taraxacum pachymerum</em> G.E.Haglund
Taraxacum pachymerum G.E.Haglund
<em>Taraxacum pachymerum</em> G.E.Haglund
Taraxacum pachymerum G.E.Haglund

Taraxacum pallidipes Markl.

Scattered in Britain but rare in Cardiff, probably introduced.

  • Llanishen, verge, Templeton Avenue, ST/168.822, 2010 Apr 12, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.398).
  • Pengam, verge, Ffordd Pengam, ST/214.777, 2010 Apr 20, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.435).
  • Rhiwbina, verge by Nine Giants, ST/165.819, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Mar 23 (T15a. T18; V.2008.1.723 and 724) and 2009 Mar 31 (T183; V.2009.1.218).
<em>Taraxacum pallidipes</em> Markl.
Taraxacum pallidipes Markl.
<em>Taraxacum pallidipes</em> Markl.
Taraxacum pallidipes Markl.

Taraxacum pannucium Dahlst.

Locally common in Britain and rare in Cardiff, introduced.

  • Tremorfa, grassy verge, Industrial Estate, ST/210.758, 2010 Apr 17, T. C. G. Rich (T577; V.2010.1.372).
  • Roath, Marlborough Road, ST/19.77, A. E. Wade, 1973 May 28 (77.7B.10).
<em>Taraxacum pannucium</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum pannucium Dahlst.
<em>Taraxacum pannucium</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum pannucium Dahlst.

Taraxacum pectinatiforme H.Lindb.

An uncommon introduced species scattered in Britain and rare in Cardiff. It has flat leaves with a pinkish-red midrib and many fine lateral processes.

  • Coryton, grassland in centre of M4 Junction 32, ST/141.816, 2010 Apr 13, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.404).

Taraxacum piceatum Dahlst.

Locally common in Britain and rare in Cardiff, probably introduced. Has broad, leaden, spreading bracts, whitish petioles and coloured midribs.

  • Gabalfa Interchange, grassland north-east of interchange, ST/169.791, 2010 Apr 14, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.359).
  • Llanishen Leisure Centre, bank of playing field, ST/173.815, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Apr 6 (T74; V.2008.1.725).
  • Llanishen, Wyndham Terrace allotments, ST/180.815, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 19 (T353; V.2009.1.199).
<em>Taraxacum piceatum</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum piceatum Dahlst.
<em>Taraxacum piceatum</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum piceatum Dahlst.

Taraxacum planum Raunk. emend. H.Øllg.

Scattered in Britain and Cardiff, introduced.

  • Coryton, grassland in centre of M4 Junction 32, Coryton, ST/141.816, 2010 Apr 13, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.405).
  • Gabalfa Interchange, grassland north-east of interchange, ST/169.792, 2010 Apr 14, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.384).
  • Llanishen, Wyndham Terrace allotments (main drive at bend), ST/180.813, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 21 (T133; V.2009.1.188).
<em>Taraxacum planum</em> Raunk. emend. H.Øllg.
Taraxacum planum Raunk. emend. H.Øllg.
<em>Taraxacum planum</em> Raunk. emend. H.Øllg.
Taraxacum planum Raunk. emend. H.Øllg.

Taraxacum polyodon Dahlst.

One of the commonest dandelions in Britain, but not common in Cardiff, probably native.

  • Bwlch y Cwm, road verge, ST/144.832, 2010 Apr 16, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.341).
  • Radyr, ST/1.8, G. C. Druce, 1923 Apr (OXF).

Taraxacum pruinatum M.P.Christ.

A rare species in Britain only recorded from the Chester area, and now in Cardiff. The outer bracts are pale and heavily pruinose with a white border.

  • Cardiff Bay, waste ground, nr pool, ST/180.730, 2010 Apr 10, T. C. G. Rich (T541; V.2010.1.414).
<em>Taraxacum pruinatum</em> M.P.Christ.
Taraxacum pruinatum M.P.Christ.
<em>Taraxacum pruinatum</em> M.P.Christ.
Taraxacum pruinatum M.P.Christ.

Taraxacum pseudohamatum Dahlst.

One of the commonest dandelions in Britain in Cardiff, native. Flowers early in the year with strongly reflexed lobes on the leaves and broad bracts.

  • Bwlch y Cwm, trackside, ST/146.839, 2010 Apr 16, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.424).
  • Collections Centre, Nantgarw, grassland, ST/114.860, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 6 (T254; specimen not retained).
  • Llanishen, grassland by Llanishen Rugby Club, ST/177.826, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 30 (T180; V.2009.1.220).
  • Rhiwbina, garden of 67 Heol Uchaf, ST/161.821, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Mar 21 (T4; V.2008.1.709).
  • Ty Glas, rubble opposite Tescos, Field Way, ST/172.808, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 15 (T108; V.2009.1.180).
  • Whitchurch, hedge-bank, Manor Way, ST/1.8, R. A. Henderson, 1970 Apr 19 (72.89B.1).
  • Howardian Nature Reserve, relict river meadow of River Rhymney, partly exposed mud, ST/206.788, G. Hutchinson, 1994 Mar 20 (V.2002.018.042).
  • Roath, Marlborough Road, ST/19.77, A. E. Wade, 1973 May 2 (77.7B.19).
  • Roath, ST/20.77, A. E. Wade, 1973 May 5 (77.7B.18).
<em>Taraxacum pseudohamatum</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum pseudohamatum Dahlst.
<em>Taraxacum pseudohamatum</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum pseudohamatum Dahlst.

Taraxacum pseudoproximum Soest

Very rarely recorded in Britain, possibly introduced.

  • Rhiwbina, Porthamal Road, stony ground by wall of house, slightly shaded, ST/162.809, A. Orange, 1997 Apr 20 (V.2002.012.20).

Taraxacum pulchrifolium Markl.

Locally common in Britain and Cardiff, introduced. Has distinctive upturned leaf lobes and rose-pink petioles.

  • Collections Centre, Nantgarw, north side, ST/115.860, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 6 (T255; V.2009.1.95).
  • Gabalfa Interchange, grassland SW of, ST/189.789, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 27 (T150; V.2009.1.159).
  • Pantmawr, A470 verge, ST/148.814, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 29 (T174; V.2009.1.167).
<em>Taraxacum pulchrifolium</em> Markl.
Taraxacum pulchrifolium Markl.
<em>Taraxacum pulchrifolium</em> Markl.
Taraxacum pulchrifolium Markl.
<em>Taraxacum pulchrifolium</em> Markl.
Taraxacum pulchrifolium Markl.

Taraxacum quadrans H. Øllg.

probably introduced and scattered in Britain, rare in Cardiff. It has erect bluish-green foliage with rather squared-off lobes.

  • Bwlch y Cwm, trackside, ST/146.839, 2010 Apr 16, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.426).
  • Maindy, path west of Marlborough Terrace, ST/174.778, 2010 Apr 13, T. C. G. Rich (T549; V.2010.1.349).
<em>Taraxacum quadrans</em> H. Øllg.
Taraxacum quadrans H. Øllg.
<em>Taraxacum quadrans</em> H. Øllg.
Taraxacum quadrans H. Øllg.

Taraxacum rhamphodes G.E.Haglund

Common in Britain and probably in Cardiff, introduced.

  • Gabalfa Interchange, grassland north-east of interchange, ST/169.792, 2010 Apr 14, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.438).
  • Llandaff North, wall/bank opposite Andrews Road, frequent, ST/149.788, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 27 (T155; V.2009.1.163).
  • Llanishen Industrial Estate, ST/17.81, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Mar 22 (T8; V.2008.1.736).
  • Pengam, verge, Newport Rd, ST/209.784, 2010 Apr 20, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.434).
<em>Taraxacum rhamphodes</em> G.E.Haglund
Taraxacum rhamphodes G.E.Haglund
<em>Taraxacum rhamphodes</em> G.E.Haglund
Taraxacum rhamphodes G.E.Haglund
<em>Taraxacum rhamphodes</em> G.E.Haglund
Taraxacum rhamphodes G.E.Haglund

Taraxacum sagittipotens Dahlst. & R.Ohlsen ex G.E.Haglund

Scattered in Britain, rare in Cardiff, possibly native. A bright green plants with out-turned lobes on the terminal lobe.

  • Cathays, verge by law courts, ST/181.768, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 24 (T141; V.2009.1.187) and 2009 Apr 9 (T275; V.2009.1.210).
  • Llanishen, grassy bank near Llanishen Leisure Centre, ST/173.815, 2010 Apr, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.379 and 441).
  • Llanishen, bank opposite tax office, ST/173.815, 2010 Apr 08, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.442).
  • Llanishen, verge, Templeton Avenue, frequent at east end, ST/168.822, 2010 Apr 12, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.396).
  • Thornhill, verge of Caerphilly Road, ST/165.820, 2010 Mar 31, T. C. G. Rich (T529; V.2010.1.339).
<em>Taraxacum sagittipotens</em> Dahlst. & R.Ohlsen ex G.E.Haglund
Taraxacum sagittipotens Dahlst. & R.Ohlsen ex G.E.Haglund
<em>Taraxacum sagittipotens</em> Dahlst. & R.Ohlsen ex G.E.Haglund
Taraxacum sagittipotens Dahlst. & R.Ohlsen ex G.E.Haglund
<em>Taraxacum sagittipotens</em> Dahlst. & R.Ohlsen ex G.E.Haglund
Taraxacum sagittipotens Dahlst. & R.Ohlsen ex G.E.Haglund

Taraxacum sahlinianum Dudman & A.J.Richards

Uncommon and mainly in western Britain, frequent in Cardiff, endemic. Similar to T. atactum but has dirty green leaves with a winged petiole.

  • Gabalfa Interchange, grassland north-east of interchange, ST/169.791, 2010 Apr 14, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.383).
  • Llandaff North, wall/bank opposite Andrews Road, ST/149.788, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 27 (T157; V.2009.1.164).
  • Llandaff North, advertising hoarding grassland, ST/149.789, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 3 (T223; V.2009.1.217).
  • Llanishen Industrial Estate, grassy bank, ST/172.812, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 4 (T233; V.2009.1.171 and 209).
  • National History Museum, St. Fagans, slope below castle, ST/11.77, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 7 (T266; V.2009.1.114).
  • Pantmawr, occasional on grassy A470 verge, ST/148.814, 2010 Apr 19, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.445).
  • Rhiwbina, verge on Caerphilly Road, ST/167.812, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 15 (T111; V.2009.1.205).
<em>Taraxacum sahlinianum</em> Dudman & A.J.Richards
Taraxacum sahlinianum Dudman & A.J.Richards
<em>Taraxacum sahlinianum</em> Dudman & A.J.Richards
Taraxacum sahlinianum Dudman & A.J.Richards
<em>Taraxacum sahlinianum</em> Dudman & A.J.Richards
Taraxacum sahlinianum Dudman & A.J.Richards

Taraxacum scoticum A.J.Richards

The identity of this plant requires confirmation from ripe fruits.

  • Lisvane, verge north of M4, ST/185.837, 2010 Apr 17, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.386).

Taraxacum sellandii Dahlst.

Common and widespread in Britain, frequent in Cardiff, native. A robust plant often with blotches between the lobes.

  • Gabalfa Interchange, grassland SW of Gabalfa Interchange, Mynachdy, ST/169.789, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 27 (T152; V.2009.1.161).
  • Llanishen Industrial Estate, damp mud at bottom of slope, ST/17.81, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Mar 22 (T7; V.2008.1.731).
  • National History Museum, St. Fagans, bulb area by ponds, ST/11.77, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 7 (T262; V.2009.1.117).
<em>Taraxacum sellandii</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum sellandii Dahlst.
<em>Taraxacum sellandii</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum sellandii Dahlst.

Taraxacum semiglobosum H.Lindb.

A very species in Britain and in Cardiff, introduced.

  • Llanishen Industrial Estate, ST/17.81, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Mar 22 (T14; V.2008.1.732).
<em>Taraxacum semiglobosum</em> H.Lindb.
Taraxacum semiglobosum H.Lindb.
<em>Taraxacum semiglobosum</em> H.Lindb.
Taraxacum semiglobosum H.Lindb.

Taraxacum stenacrum Dahlst.

Widespread in Britain, frequent in Cardiff, endemic.

  • Collections Centre, Nantgarw, front lawn, ST/115.860, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 6 (T252; V.2009.1.98).
  • National History Museum, St. Fagans, slope below castle, ST/11.77, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 7 (T269a; V.2009.1.109).
  • National Museum of Wales, Cathays, lawn SE corner, ST/183.770, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 8 (T284; V.2009.1.105).
<em>Taraxacum stenacrum</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum stenacrum Dahlst.
<em>Taraxacum stenacrum</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum stenacrum Dahlst.

Taraxacum stenoglossum Brenner (=T. dahlstedtii H. Lindeb.)

A widespread native species apparently rare in Cardiff. It has crimson petioles and a large terminal lobe and narrow bracts.

  • Pengam, verge, Ffordd Pengam, ST/214.777, 2010 Apr 20, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.436).
  • Tremorfa, grassy verge, Industrial Estate, ST/210.758, 2010 Apr 17, T. C. G. Rich (T579; V.2010.1.374).
<em>Taraxacum stenoglossum</em> Brenner (=<em>T. dahlstedtii</em> H. Lindeb.)
Taraxacum stenoglossum Brenner (=T. dahlstedtii H. Lindeb.)
<em>Taraxacum stenoglossum</em> Brenner (=<em>T. dahlstedtii</em> H. Lindeb.)
Taraxacum stenoglossum Brenner (=T. dahlstedtii H. Lindeb.)

Taraxacum subbracteatum A.J.Richards

Widespread in Britain, especially in the north and west, rare in Cardiff, endemic.

  • Heath, Heathwood Road, at base of very tall wooded railway embankment, ST/179.805, G. Hutchinson, 1988 Feb 28 (V90.19.38).
  • Lisvane, bank, Graig Road, ST/184.847, 2010 Apr 17, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.416).
  • Thornhill, verge by layby, Pentregwilym, ST/163.839, 2010 Apr 14, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.368).
<em>Taraxacum subbracteatum</em> A.J.Richards
Taraxacum subbracteatum A.J.Richards
<em>Taraxacum subbracteatum</em> A.J.Richards
Taraxacum subbracteatum A.J.Richards

Taraxacum subcyanolepis M.P.Christ. in Raunk.

Widespread in Britain, but rare or extinct in Cardiff, native.

  • Cardiff, ST/1.7, G. C. Druce, undated (OXF).

Taraxacum subhuelphersianum M.P.Christ.

A Danish species rarely introduced in Britain. It lacks pollen and has greyish leaves with a large, often single-toothed terminal lobe.

  • Gabalfa Interchange, centre of interchange, ST/169.791, 2010 Apr 14, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.418).

Taraxacum sublaeticolor Dahlst.

Scattered in Britain, rare in Cardiff, native.

  • National History Museum, St. Fagans, slope below castle, ST/11.77, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 7 (T267; V.2009.1.111).
<em>Taraxacum sublaeticolor</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum sublaeticolor Dahlst.
<em>Taraxacum sublaeticolor</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum sublaeticolor Dahlst.

Taraxacum sublongisquameum M.P.Christ.

Very rare in Britain, introduced. The leaves have regular, deltoid lobes and blotches with all petioles white and the styles discoloured.
  • Bwlch y Cwm, roadside bank, ST/146.839, 2010 Apr 16, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.355).
  • Cathays, Lidl car park, ST/181.775, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 19 (T115; V.2009.1.183).
  • Gabalfa Interchange, grassland north-east of interchange, ST/169.792, 2010 Apr 14, T. C. G. Rich (V.2010.1.439).

Taraxacum subexpallidum Dahlst.

Widespread in Britain, introduced. Has long, rounded or obtuse terminal lobes to the leaves.

  • Gabalfa, interchange on A48 road, waste ground by major road, ST/170.792, A. Orange, 1999 Apr 10 (V.2002.012.52).

Taraxacum subxanthostigma M.P.Christ. ex H.Øllg.

A rarely introduced species. It has purple petioles and 5-6 triangular lateral lobes.

  • Maindy, path west of Marlborough Terrace, ST/174.778, 2010 Apr 13, T. C. G. Rich (T552; V.2010.1.352).

Taraxacum sundbergii Dahlst.

Very rare in Britain, introduced. The leaves are very crisped, pale and fleshy with a slight glaucous hue.

  • Whitchurch, verge at west end of Church Road, ST/148.797, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 3 (T221; V.2009.1.214).
<em>Taraxacum sundbergii</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum sundbergii Dahlst.

Taraxacum tenebricans (Dahlst.). Dahlst.

A rarely introduced species. It has crisped, shiny-green leaves with erect to appressed bracts and the lateral lobes often point forwards.

  • Cardiff Bay, waste ground, nr pool, ST/180.730, 2010 Apr 10, T. C. G. Rich (T536; V.2010.1.412).
<em>Taraxacum tenebricans</em> (Dahlst.). Dahlst.
Taraxacum tenebricans (Dahlst.). Dahlst.
<em>Taraxacum tenebricans</em> (Dahlst.). Dahlst.
Taraxacum tenebricans (Dahlst.). Dahlst.

Taraxacum tumentilobum Markl. ex Puol.

Uncommon in Britain, introduced. The leaves are blotched and have short side lobes, and the heads have big spreading bracts.

  • Llanishen, Wyndham Terrace allotments, ST/180.813, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Mar 21 (T130; V.2009.1.177).
<em>Taraxacum tumentilobum</em> Markl. ex Puol.
Taraxacum tumentilobum Markl. ex Puol.

Taraxacum undulatiflorum M.P.Christ.

Widespread in Britain and probably in Cardiff, introduced.

  • Cardiff Bay, waste ground, near pool, ST/180.730, 2010 Apr 10, T. C. G. Rich (T537; V.2010.1.365).
  • Coryton, grassland in centre of M4 Junction 32, ST/141.816, 2010 Apr 13, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.406).
  • Llandaff North, advertising hoarding grass, ST/149.789, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 3 (T224; V.2009.1.216).
  • Maindy, path west of Marlborough Terrace, Maindy, ST/174.778, 2010 Apr 13, T. C. G. Rich (T554; V.2010.1.362).
  • Rhiwbina, bank outside surgery, Nine Giants, ST/165.819, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Mar 25 (T17; V.2008.1.720).
  • Rhiwbina, Heol Briwnant, grass by wood, ST/159.823, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 19 (T356; V.2009.1.203).
<em>Taraxacum undulatiflorum</em> M.P.Christ.
Taraxacum undulatiflorum M.P.Christ.
<em>Taraxacum undulatiflorum</em> M.P.Christ.
Taraxacum undulatiflorum M.P.Christ.

Taraxacum unguilobum Dahlst.

Widespread in north and western Britain often in damp grassland, and probably rare in Cardiff, native. Has highly recurved leaf lobes and glaucous, pink-tipped and white-bordered erect bracts.

  • Collections Centre, Nantgarw, grassland, ST/114.860, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 May 5 (T391; V.2009.1.100).
  • St. Fagans, ST/1.7, Vachell E, undated (OXF).
<em>Taraxacum unguilobum</em> Dahlst.
Taraxacum unguilobum Dahlst.

Taraxacum vastisectum Markl. ex Puol.

Uncommon in Britain and rare in Cardiff, introduced.

  • Llanishen Industrial Estate, by railings, ST/172.812, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 4 (T237; V.2009.1.208).
<em>Taraxacum vastisectum</em> Markl. ex Puol.
Taraxacum vastisectum Markl. ex Puol.
<em>Taraxacum vastisectum</em> Markl. ex Puol.
Taraxacum vastisectum Markl. ex Puol.

Taraxacum xanthostigma H.Lindb.

Widespread Britain and in Cardiff, probably introduced.

  • Cardiff Central railway station, waste ground by edge of car park, ST/183.757, 2010 Apr 01, T. C. G. Rich (T531; V.2010.1.337).
  • Llandaff, waste ground on SW bank of River Taff, Radyr Court Road, 0.3km NW of Llandaff Bridge, ST/146.788, G. Hutchinson, 1986 May 11 (V95.53.14).
  • Llanishen, Wyndham Terrace allotments, ST/180.815, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 19 (T351; V.2009.1.195).
  • Llanishen Industrial Estate, grassland, ST/171.812, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 4 (T236; V.2009.1.212).
  • National History Museum, St. Fagans, ride by lowest pond, ST/11.77, T. C. G. Rich, 2009 Apr 7 (T263; V.2009.1.115).
  • National Museum of Wales, Cathays, behind museum sign, ST/183.770, T. C. G. Rich, 2008 Apr 4 (T58; V.2008.1.756) and lawn SE corner, 2009 Apr 8 (T282; V.2009.1.106).
  • Pengam, verge of Newport Rd, ST/209.784, 2010 Apr 20, T. C. G. & H. M. Rich (V.2010.1.431).
  • Whitchurch, waste ground at side of the Philog Garage, ST/166.795, G. Hutchinson, 1986 May 11 (V95.53.15).
<em>Taraxacum xanthostigma</em> H.Lindb.
Taraxacum xanthostigma H.Lindb.
<em>Taraxacum xanthostigma</em> H.Lindb.
Taraxacum xanthostigma H.Lindb.
<em>Taraxacum xanthostigma</em> H.Lindb.
Taraxacum xanthostigma H.Lindb.
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