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Fam.: Asteraceae / Composite Fam.      

Synon.:  Crepis neglecta  L.  subsp. fuliginosa  (SM.) VIERH.,  Crepis neglecta  L.  subsp. graeca  (VIERH.) RECH.F.

Genus:  Crepis  L.
 

Authors:
   KAMARI:  Georgia Kamari (1943 - ), Greek botanist at Patras
   L.:  Carl von Linné (Linnaeus, 1707 - 1777), Swedish naturalist who introduced the binary naming system for plants and animals
   SM.:  James Edward Smith (1759 - 1828), English physician and botanist
   VIERH.:  Friedrich Karl Max Vierhapper (1876 - 1932), Austrian botanist
   RECH.F.:  Karl Heinz Rechinger (filius, 1906 - 1998), Austrian botanist, son of Karl Rechinger
 

Etymology:
   Crepis:   krepis = shoe
   hellenica:   from Greece
   neglecta:   neglected
   fuliginosa:   blackish
   graeca:   from Greece
 

Crepis hellenica ? / Hawk's-Beard, GR Hymettos 21.5.2008
Fig. 1:  Crepis hellenica ? / Hawk's-Beard
GR Hymettos 21.5.2008
Crepis hellenica ? / Hawk's-Beard, GR Hymettos 21.5.2008
Fig. 2:  Crepis hellenica ? / Hawk's-Beard
GR Hymettos 21.5.2008
Crepis hellenica ? / Hawk's-Beard, GR Hymettos 21.5.2008
Fig. 3:  Crepis hellenica ? / Hawk's-Beard
GR Hymettos 21.5.2008
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