Hieracium Pellucidum, Laestad

The radical leaves of this plant are green with violet markings, transparent, with pin-holes, the outer rounded, heart-shaped, blunt, the inner heart-shaped, egg-shaped, the border finely toothed, the teeth bent back, the innermost egg-shaped, lance-shaped, with acute teeth. The stem-leaf is egg-shaped, lance-shaped, entire or toothed below. The panicle has one or two distant branches, the upper close, spreading, bent inwards. The flower-stalks are woolly-felted, glandular. The heads are short, thick, with a round base. The phyllaries are short, broad, blunt, with a narrow, pale border, senescent, glandular. The ligules are yellow or golden, the inner with a fringe of hairs. The styles are dark or slightly livid.

Hieracium candelabra, W. R. Linton. - The stem of this plant is stout, purplish, stiffly hairy, woolly-felted, glandular below and above. The radical leaves are deep-green, purple-tinged, the outer heart-shaped to rounded or egg-shaped, blunt, toothed, the basal teeth bent back, the inner egg-shaped, oval, lance-shaped, shortly, narrowly pointed, with laciniate teeth at the base, which is blunt, stiffly hairy. The leaf-stalks are purple, stiffly hairy. The stem-leaf is stalked, broadly egg-shaped, heart-shaped, lance-shaped, acute, sharply toothed at the base. The panicle is small, with 1-2 lower spreading branches in a racemose corymb, the upper spreading, arching, close. The stalks are short, dull-grey, woolly-felted, glandular. The 5-15 heads are thick, rather long, egg-shaped below. The phyllaries are broad, linear, blunt, the inner narrow, acute, woolly-felted, senescent, glandular. The ligules are smooth. The styles are livid.

Hieracium Variicolor, Dahlst

The stem of this plant is purplish, stiffly hairy below, woolly-felted, glandular above. The radical leaves are broad-ish, oval, blunt, the base rounded, the inner oval, egg-shaped, oblong, shortly toothed, the innermost egg-shaped, lance-shaped, acute, the upper surface shining, with brown blotches, stiffly hairy both sides. The stem-leaf is stalked, egg-shaped, lance-shaped, with a long, narrow point. The panicle has erect, spreading lower branches, the upper close and in a sort of umbel. The stalks are woolly-felted, glandular. The heads are short, thick, egg-shaped below. The phyllaries extend forwards, are awl-like, linear, blunt, senescent, woolly-felted, glandular. The ligules are light-yellow, strongly fringed with hair. The styles are livid.

Hieracium Ciliatum, Almq

The habitat of this plant is among rocks, cliffs, hedgebanks, etc. The stem is stiffly hairy below, woolly-felted, glandular above. The radical leaves are yellowish-green, stiffly hairy below and on the border, the outer heart-shaped, egg-shaped, and oval, the inner heart-shaped, oblong, blunt, the innermost heart-shaped, lance-shaped, wavy, toothed, the basal teeth bent back, the stalks softly hairy. The stem-leaf is small, bract-like, or egg-shaped, oblong to lance-shaped, sharply toothed. The panicle has distant, lower, suberect branches, the upper closer, spreading, curved. The flower-stalks are woolly-felted, glandular. The heads are dark, cylindric, egg-shaped below. The phyllaries extend forwards in bud, and are oblong, linear, blunt, the inner narrowed, woolly-felted, senescent, glandular, hairy. The ligules are fringed with hairs. The styles are yellow or livid.