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Marguerite (Leucanthemum vulgare), Hairy Cat's-ear (Hypochoeris radicata), and Little Yellowrattle (Rhinanthus minor) flowers in lit meadow compared to shaded area, Sussex, England
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00560363 Marguerite (Leucanthemum vulgare), Hairy Cat's-ear (Hypochoeris radicata), and Little Yellowrattle (Rhinanthus minor) flowers in lit meadow compared to shaded area, Sussex, England© Stephen Dalton
Hypochaeris (Hypochaeris sp) growing on lawn, Sussex, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00453120 Hypochaeris (Hypochaeris sp) growing on lawn, Sussex, England© Stephen Dalton
Cat's-ear (Hypochaeris radicata), on a white background Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK June  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90675051 Cat's-ear (Hypochaeris radicata), on a white background Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK June© Alex Hyde / NPL
Smooth cat's-ear (Hypochaeris glabra) locally rare species. Frensham Great Pond, Surrey, England, May. Vulnerable in England.
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90835201 Smooth cat's-ear (Hypochaeris glabra) locally rare species. Frensham Great Pond, Surrey, England, May. Vulnerable in England.© Linda Pitkin
Smooth cat's-ear (Hypochaeris glabra) locally rare plant, Papercourt Marshes Nature Reserve, Surrey, England, May. Vulnerable species in England.
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90835200 Smooth cat's-ear (Hypochaeris glabra) locally rare plant, Papercourt Marshes Nature Reserve, Surrey, England, May. Vulnerable species in England.© Linda Pitkin
Hoverfly (Ferdinandea cuprea) approaching Cats ear (Hypochaeris radicata) flower. Surrey, England,
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90786403 Hoverfly (Ferdinandea cuprea) approaching Cats ear (Hypochaeris radicata) flower. Surrey, England,© Kim Taylor
Smooth cat's-ear (Hypochaeris glabra) Sark, Britsh Channel Islands, May.
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90773731 Smooth cat's-ear (Hypochaeris glabra) Sark, Britsh Channel Islands, May.© Sue Daly
Common Catsear (Hypochaeris radicata) and Autumn Hawkbit (Leontodon autumnalis) growing in field on organic farm near Willaston, Wirral, UK, July.
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90749610 Common Catsear (Hypochaeris radicata) and Autumn Hawkbit (Leontodon autumnalis) growing in field on organic farm near Willaston, Wirral, UK, July.© Alan Williams
Cat's-ear (Hypochaeris radicata) and Fox-and-cubs (Pilosella aurantiaca) growing in lawn, Essex, England, UK, September  -  Will Watson/ npl
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90397565 Cat's-ear (Hypochaeris radicata) and Fox-and-cubs (Pilosella aurantiaca) growing in lawn, Essex, England, UK, September© Will Watson / NPL
Robertia (Hypochaeris robertia, Robertia taraxoides) a in flower, Mount Vettore, Sibillini, Umbria, Italy, June  -  Paul Harcourt Davies/ npl
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90389745 Robertia (Hypochaeris robertia, Robertia taraxoides) a in flower, Mount Vettore, Sibillini, Umbria, Italy, June© Paul Harcourt Davies / NPL
Giant Cat's Ear (Hypochaeris uniflora) at Halicz Peak Bieszczady National Park, the Carpathians, Poland, July  -  Grzegorz Lesniewski/ npl
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90359944 Giant Cat's Ear (Hypochaeris uniflora) at Halicz Peak Bieszczady National Park, the Carpathians, Poland, July© Grzegorz Lesniewski / NPL
High andean plant (Hypochoeris sp) Chimborazo NP, Andes, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90213067 High andean plant (Hypochoeris sp) Chimborazo NP, Andes, Ecuador© Pete Oxford / NPL
High andean plant (Hypochoeris sp) Chimborazo NP, Andes, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90203969 High andean plant (Hypochoeris sp) Chimborazo NP, Andes, Ecuador© Pete Oxford / NPL
High andean plant (Hypochoeris sp) Chimborazo NP, Andes, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90203968 High andean plant (Hypochoeris sp) Chimborazo NP, Andes, Ecuador© Pete Oxford / NPL
Common cat's ear (Hypochaeris radicata), New Forest, Hampshire, UK  -  Simon Colmer/ npl
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90169410 Common cat's ear (Hypochaeris radicata), New Forest, Hampshire, UK© Simon Colmer / NPL
Hypochaeris rutea, endemic species Sierra de Cazorla Natural Park, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain  -  Juan Manuel Borrero/ npl
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90097938 Hypochaeris rutea, endemic species Sierra de Cazorla Natural Park, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain© Juan Manuel Borrero / NPL
Flowering catsear, white clove, yarrow, self-heal and plantain with grasses in an area of garden allowed to grow wild to encourage invertebrates  -  Nigel Cattlin/ FLPA
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80176249 Flowering catsear, white clove, yarrow, self-heal and plantain with grasses in an area of garden allowed to grow wild to encourage invertebrates© Nigel Cattlin / FLPA
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