Crepis is a genus of about 200 annual and perennial flowering plants found in the family Asteraceae resembling Dandelion, the main differences being that Hawksbeards have multiple flowers per plant as well as branching stems. The name Crepis derives from Greek, meaning 'shoe'. In some parts of the world the genus is known as Hawksbeard.
Species can be found all through the northern hemisphere and tropical Africa.
Chromosome count: 2n=12
Molecular and morphological evidence for and against gene flow in sympatric apomicts of the North American Crepis agamic complex (Asteraceae).(Report)
Aug 01, 2008; Introduction Over the last 20 years, molecular phylogenetic studies have become a primary focus of systematics research, pro...