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... if you could have managed a photograph of the leaves as well.
In general for these yellow daisies (there's hundreds of them if you could all the dandelions and hawkweeds - even if you don't there are a lot of species) what we need are
1) An overall view of the plant.
2) A view of the face of the capitulum ("flower").
3) A view of the involucre (reverse of the "flower").
4) A close up of the leaves, allowing us to see the hairs.
Stems, buds and fruits can be helpful; in some cases they may even be essential.
The only leaves visible are Salad Burnet. It might be Crepis capillaris, but I cannot be sure
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