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UMBELLATE HAWKWEED Hieracium umbellatum (Asteraceae) Height to 80cm. Upright, variable perennial. Stems produce a milky latex when broken and are hairy towards the base. Grows in grassy places, usually on rocky slopes or banks; often coastal. FLOWERS are borne in heads, 2-3cm across, with yellow florets; carried on hairy stalks, in umbellate clusters (Jul-Sep). FRUITS have unbranched hairs. LEAVES are ovate, toothed and unstalked; there is no basal rosette. STATUS-Locally common in SW England and W Wales; scattered and generally scarce elsewhere.