Fakkegrav, Vejle Fjord, Danmark
Cultivated in Hobro
This species is characterised by 2-5 stem-leaves and a rosette of almost entire, broadly lanceolate leaves - especially stemleaves with more or less concave upper margins. The petioles are short, distinctly winged and somewhat broadened towards the partly amplexicaul base.
A very rare species hitherto only found in the forest at Fakkegrav east of Vejle, Jylland, Denmark. It is supposed to be endemic.
Danish Redlist Status: VU (Vulnerable)
Litterature: Schou, J.C. 2001: Danmarks Høgeurter. AAU Reports 41. Aarhus Universitet.
Hieracium alatipes Wiinstedt
Wiinstedt, K., 1926: New Danish Species of Hieracium of the Archieracium-Group. Dansk Botanisk Arkiv 5:1. s. 20.
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