Coefficient of Conservatism:
Coefficient of Wetness:
Leontodon autumnalis of Michigan Flora.
Primarily a lawn weed, introduced from Eurasia and collected in Michigan as early as 1881 (Ionia Co.) and 1897 (St. Clair Co.) but still very local.
The leaves tend to be more deeply pinnatifid compared to those of Leontodon saxatilis (or of Hypochaeris), the deepest sinuses extending more than halfway to the midrib. See Greuter, Gutermann, & Talavera (2006) for recognition of Scorzoneroides.