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Listed as Senecio ovirensis in Flora Europaea.
The basal leaves are described as coarsely dentate which is not really the case here.
Interesting and true - thanks Martin. For comparison, see the species photos on Zaplana.net (a Slovenian flower database; http://www.zaplana.net/flowers/Asteraceae/TephroserisLongifolia%28Obirsk...) - what do you reckon?
As regards the taxonomy, I went with the Plant List data (http://www.theplantlist.org) which has Tephroseris longifolia as the accepted form and Senecio ovirensis as the synonym.
Yes, I saw this entry at Zaplana.net earlier and the match is fairly good.
The leaves are more dentate than in your photo above.
I agree that Tephroseris longifolia is the currently accepted name.
True. I wonder if it might be a closely-related species or variant then. I'll keep your comments in mind. Thanks Martin.
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