Taraxacum semiglobosum

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Taraxacum semiglobosum

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Distribution

Europe: Baltic States (EstonianativeA,B,C,D,E,F, LatvianativeC, LithuanianativeC); Czechoslovakia (SlovakianativeG); DenmarknativeH,I; FinlandnativeI,J,K,L,M,N; GermanynativeI,O,P,Q,R,S; Great Britainnative: doubtfully nativeT; North European RussianativeU; Northwest European RussianativeV; NorwaynativeI,T; PolandnativeW,X; SwedennativeI,Y

Credits

Kalheber H. 2010: Image sources (6 added).
Rich T. C. G. 2010: Images (3 added).

Image sources

Marklund 1940: 178 (specimen photo)M
Marklund 1935: 139 (specimen photo)E
Lindberg 1935: t. 34 (details)Z
Dudman & Richards 1997: 208 (silhouette)AA
Jäger & Werner 2005: 728, fig. 9 (details)
Dudman & Richards 1997: 206 (silhouette, details)AB

Bibliography

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B. Eichwald, K. & al., Eesti NSV floora 6. 1978 (as Taraxacum approximans)
C. Kuusk, V., Tabaka, L. & Jankjavičene, R., Flora baltijskih republik. Svodka sosudistyh rastenij 3. 2003
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E. Marklund, G., Die Taraxacum-Flora Estlands in Acta Bot. Fenn. 23. 1938
F. Marklund, G., Die Taraxacum-Flora Estlands in Acta Bot. Fenn. 23. 1938 (as Taraxacum approximans)
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H. Hansen, K., Dansk feltflora. 1993
I. Tutin T. G, Heywood V. H., Burges N. A. & al., Flora europaea 4. 1976
J. Hämet-Ahti, L., Suominen, J., Ulvinen, T. & Uotila, P., Retkeilykasvio, ed. 4. 1998
K. Hämet-Ahti, L., Suominen, J., Ulvinen, T. & Uotila, P., Retkeilykasvio, ed. 4. 1998 (as Taraxacum adiantifrons)
L. Lundevall, C.-F. & Øllgaard, H., The genus Taraxacum in the Nordic and Baltic countries: types of all specific, subspecific and varietal taxa, including type locations and sectional belonging in Preslia 71: 43-171. 1999
M. Marklund, G., Die Taraxacum-Flora Nylands in Acta Bot. Fenn. 26: 1-187. 1940
N. Sonck, C. E., Översikt av Taraxacum-arnerna i Enare Lappmark. Del I in Norrlinia 3. 1991
O. Lundevall, C.-F. & Øllgaard, H., The genus Taraxacum in the Nordic and Baltic countries: types of all specific, subspecific and varietal taxa, including type locations and sectional belonging in Preslia 71: 43-171. 1999 (as Taraxacum stellum)
P. Rothmaler, W., Exkursionsflora von Deutschland, 4. Gefäßpflanzen: Kritischer Band, ed. 8. 1994
Q. Sell, P. & Murrell, G., Flora of Great Britain and Ireland 4. 2006
R. Uhlemann I., Die Gattung Taraxacum (Asteraceae) im östlichen Deutschland in Mitt. Florist. Kart. Sachsen-Anhalt Sonderh. 2003. 2003
S. Wisskirchen R. & Haeupler H., Standardliste der Farn- und Blütenpflanzen Deutschlands. 1998
T. Sell, P. & Murrell, G., Flora of Great Britain and Ireland 4. 2006 (as Taraxacum adiantifrons)
U. Greuter W. & Raab-Straube E. von (ed.), Euro+Med notulae, 3 in Willdenowia 37: 139-189. 2007
V. Cvelev, N. N., Opredelitel’ sosudistyhrastenij severo-zapadnoj Rossii (Leningradskaja, Pskovskaja i Novgorodskaja oblasti). 2000
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X. Mirek, Z., Vascular plants of Poland. A Checklist. in Polish Bot. Stud., Guideb. Ser. 15. 1995
Y. Lundevall, C.-F. & Øllgaard, H., The genus Taraxacum in the Nordic and Baltic countries: types of all specific, subspecific and varietal taxa, including type locations and sectional belonging in Preslia 71: 43-171. 1999 (as Taraxacum adiantifrons)
Z. Lindberg, H., Die Früchte der Taraxacum-Arten Finnlands in Acta Bot. Fenn. 17: 1-22, Taf. 1-38. 1935
AA. Dudman, A. A. & Richards, A. J., Dandelions of Great Britain and Ireland. 1997
AB. Dudman, A. A. & Richards, A. J., Dandelions of Great Britain and Ireland. 1997 (as Taraxacum adiantifrons Dahlst.)