Hieracium Pseudonosmoides, Dahlst

The habitat of this plant is mountain crags. The stem is bluish-green, stiffly hairy, woolly-felted, glandular above. The earlier radical leaves are small, roundish, ovate, spoon-shaped, entire or toothed, the later oblong, lance-shaped, acute, toothed, narrowed to the winged leaf-stalk, stiffly hairy below and on the margins. The 2-7 stem-leaves are smaller upwards, lance-shaped, entire toward the apex, coarsely toothed toward the base, hairy both sides, stalkless, or with a winged leaf-stalk. The panicle is close, with straight branches, arched above, divided, or in a raceme, exceeding the acladium. The stalks are bent inwards, woolly-felted, stiffly hairy, glandular. The 2-7 heads are rounded, egg-shaped. The phyllaries are linear, lance-shaped, narrowed above, acute, with a green border, glandular, woolly-felted. The ligules are pale-greenish-yellow, not opening, with smooth tip. The styles are dull-yellow or livid. The plant is 8-14 in. in height, flowering in July and August, and is a herbaceous perennial.

Hieracium orimcles, W. R. Linton. - The habitat of this plant is alpine crags. The plant is green, slightly bluish-green, erect, wiry, purple below, rough, stiffly hairy, woolly-felted, glandular above. The radical leaves are leathery, egg-shaped, blunt, entire or toothed, narrowed to the winged leafstalk, hairy, especially on the margins. The 3-4 stem - leaves are half - clasping, narrow, lance-shaped, acute, toothed. The panicle is a falsely-forked corymb, the branch low down, the branches straight, erect, divided, or in a raceme. The stalks are thickened at the tips, woolly-felted, stiffly hairy, glandular. The 4-6 heads are rounded, blunt. The phyllaries extend forwards in bud, are dark, lance-shaped, linear, blunt or acute, the inner have pale margins and are narrowed above, woolly-felted, glandular. The ligules are orange, fringed with hairs. The styles are yellow, hairy. The margins of the receptacle pits are cut, awl-like. The plant is 12-16 in. high, flowering in July and August, and is a herbaceous perennial.

Hieracium hibernicum, F. J. Hanb. - The habitat of this plant is cliffs and mountains. The stem is reddish-purple, green above, smooth, simple. The basal leaves are egg-shaped, lance-shaped, blunt, the outer soon withering. The stem-leaves 5-9, are smaller upwards, egg-shaped, lance-shaped, linear, acute, toothed below, grey-green, smooth above, hairy, woclly-felted below. The 1-3 heads are large and blunt. The stalks bear bracteoles, and are woolly-felted and glandular. The outer phyllaries are small, loose, linear, blunt, woolly-felted at the border, the inner broad, oblong, linear, blunt, woolly-felted, glandular. The ligules are smooth. The styles are slightly livid. The plant is 12-22 in. high, flowering in July, and is a herbaceous perennial.

Hieracium buglossoides, Arv. Touv. - This plant is green. The stem is purplish, stiffly hairy below, glandular above. The radical leaves are firm, yellow, bluish-green, broad, large, lance-shaped, long, narrowed' to the long leaf-stalk, the inner with a few large, triangular, blunt or sharp teeth below, stiffly hairy. The 2-4 stem-leaves have leaf-stalks in the case of the lower, and are similar to the basal leaves, the upper linear, lance-shaped, toothed, acute. The panicle is 1-2 forked, the lower branches in a raceme, the upper divided or single, the stalks are slightly curved, woolly-felted, glandular. The heads are few or numerous, rounded, egg-shaped, dark-green. The phyllaries are narrow, lance-shaped, acute, the inner narrow, acute, the innermost bristle-like, glandular, woolly-felted. The ligules are smooth. The styles are yellow, slightly livid. The margins of the receptacle pits are fringed with teeth. The plant is 1 1/2-4 ft. in height, flowering in July, and is a herbaceous perennial.

Hieracium scoticum, F. J. Hanb. - The habitat of this plant is mountains and sea cliffs. The plant is erect, simple or branched, hairy, woolly-felted. The radical leaves are leathery, purplish, egg-shaped, lance-shaped, hairy below, and on the margins smooth above, entire or irregularly toothed. The stem-leaves are 1-6, large, smaller upwards, broadly lance-shaped, with a narrow point, hairy below, nearly smooth, toothed, the lower stalked, the upper stalkless, clasping, linear, entire. The heads, 3-9, are dark, large, rounded below. The stalks are long, arched, hairy, woolly-felted, glandular. The outer phyllaries are short, loose, broad to linear, blunt, the inner oblong, narrowed above, blunt, the innermost narrow, acute, with a pale margin, woolly-felted, hairy, glandular. The ligules have hairless tips. The styles are brown, The margins of the receptacle pits are elevated, cut, toothed, awl-like. The plant is 1-2 ft. high, flowering in July and August, and is a herbaceous perennial.

Hieracium proximum, F. J. Hanb. - The habitat of this plant is sandy links and cliffs. The stem is simple or branched, hairy, woolly-felted. The radical leaves are yellowish-green with pink on the margins, thick, leathery, rough both sides, the hairs with bulbous base, stalked, wavy, egg-shaped, lance-shaped", nearly entire. The stem-leaves 2-4, smaller upwards, are shortly stalked or stalkless, lance - shaped, acute, irregularly toothed. The panicle is simple or compound, close, in a corymb, with a distant lower branch. The 3-7 heads are large, rounded, or blunt below. The stalks are short, arching, woolly-felted, hairy. The phyllaries are lance-shaped, linear, oblong, narrowed above, blunt, the inner acute, woollyfelted on the borders, hairy, glandular. The tips of the ligules are smooth or downy. The styles are olive-brown. The margins of the receptacle pits are elevated, sharply toothed, the teeth awllike or bristle-like. The achenes are dark brown. The plant is 1-2 ft. high, flowering in July and August, and is a herbaceous perennial.

Hieracium callistophyllum, F. J. Hanb. - The habitat of this species is rocky margins of high mountain streams. The stem is erect, much branched, hairy, woolly-felted, glandular above. The radical leaves are greyish -green or green, turning purple, the earliest are round to oval, inversely egg-shaped, with a blunt base, the innermost broad, lance-shaped, acute, toothed, stiffly hairy. The stem-leaf is stalkless, narrow, acate, toothed, or may be wanting. The panicle is a falsely-forked corymb. The branches are bent inwards, divided or in a raceme. The 2-5 heads are cylindrical, rounded at the base. The flower-stalks are woolly-felted, glandular. The phyllaries are dark-green, the outer short, blunt, the inner with pale margins, acute, woolly-felted on the margins, senescent, hairy, glandular. The ligules are fringed with hairs at the tip. The styles are yellow or very light livid. The margins of the receptacle pits are deeply cut, toothed. The plant is 1-2 ft. high, flowering in July and August, and is a herbaceous perennial.