The current status of the rare Scottish endemic Hieracium drummondii Drummond’s hawkweed (Asteraceae)
Keywords:Critically Endangered; endemic; IUCN Threat Category; Scotland
The records of Hieracium drummondii Pugsley, Drummond’s hawkweed, (Asteraceae) are reviewed. It has been recorded from eight general localities and it not accepted in four others. Seven of the eight localities have been visited but only one population of 20-25 plants was found at Crinan. It is IUCN Threat Category ‘Critically Endangered’ and is on the verge of extinction.
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