Hieracium brevipilum
Family: Asteraceae
Mogollon hawkweed
[Hieracium fendleri var. mogollense A. Gray]
Hieracium brevipilum image
Max Licher  
Plants 25-65 cm. Stems proximally piloso-hirsute (hairs 1-3+ mm), distally stellate-pubescent and stipitate-glandular. Leaves: basal 3-6+, cauline 3-6+; blades oblanceolate to lanceolate, 35-120 × 10-18+ mm, lengths (2-)4-10+ times widths, bases cuneate to truncate (± clasping), margins entire, apices obtuse to acute, faces usually piloso-hirsute (hairs 0.5-1.5+ mm), sometimes glabrous. Heads 6-10+ in ± paniculiform arrays. Peduncles stellate-pubescent and stipitate-glandular. Calyculi: bractlets 5-8+. Involucres campanulate to cylindric, 10-11 mm. Phyllaries 9-13+, apices ± acuminate, abaxial faces stellate-pubescent and stipitate-glandular. Florets 15-25+; corollas ochroleucous, ca. 8 mm. Cypselae urceolate, 5-6 mm; pappi of 50-60+, white to stramineous bristles in 2+ series, 5-6 mm. Flowering Aug. Pine woods; 2300-3000 m; Ariz., N.Mex.
Hieracium brevipilum image
Max Licher  
Hieracium brevipilum image
Robert Sivinski  
The National Science Foundation
This project made possible by National Science Foundation Award 1410069