Taraxacum obtusifrons Markl. “Obtuse-leaved Dandelion”
Probably introduced. Scattered through England, commonest in western urban areas, one Scottish record. Waste places, gardens, walls, pavements etc..
The mid-green leaves of T. obtusifrons have bright reddish petioles with green wings, and are mostly homophyllous with rather uniform short broad end-lobes. The neatly arranged pale green exterior bracts are distally reflexed but sigmoid in posture so that apices are patent.