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FIELD FLEAWORT Tephroseris integrifolia (Asteraceae) Height to 65cm. Slender, unbranched and downy perennial. Grows in calcareous grassland. FLOWERS are borne in heads, 15-25mm across, with orange-yellow disc florets and yellow ray florets; in few-flowered clusters (May-Jul). FRUITS are hairy. LEAVES are oval and toothed at the base, forming a rosette; stem leaves are few, narrow and clasping. STATUS-Local, mainly in S and E England.