Taraxacum californicum , Photo: US Forest Service
Taraxacum californicum Munz & I.M.Johnst.
* Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. New York 52:227. 1925
Taraxacum californicum, also known as the California dandelion, is an endangered species of dandelion endemic to the San Bernardino Mountains of California. This is a small perennial wildflower which resembles its close relative, the widespread weed known as the common dandelion. It has green, red-veined, lobed, or toothed leaves and yellow flower heads yielding brown and white fruits.
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