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I'm not convinced it is a dandelion. The seeds are much more loosely arranged on a smaller head than a dandelion, and the stem is not as hollow. I an't find a photo of the stalk and leaf which would have helped; sorry. I wonder if it's a cats ear?
It is difficult to see what the stem of the seed heads is from the pictures. Certainly looks like Taraxacum, but other pictures might help, if you have any.
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... "fluffier" than a dandelion seed head, which tend to be very much spherical on the outer edge, if you see what I mean - long stalks, less fluff, more sharply defined outline.
Cats ears seed heads have this more tufty appearance: shorter stalks, more fluff.
Or, it could be a dandelion that has been wet.
Impossible to say without more photos!
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the ID of probably Cats Ear, it seems smaller and looser than what I would expect from a Dandelion.
I think the right-hand seed head shows the scales which are a characteristic of Hypochaeris radicata.
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