is a perennial herb found in grasslands, fields, and mountains.
Compared to other native species, Taraxacum albidum, the flower's
center parts are dark, rosettes lay low, and flower stalks are
short. Another difference is that, with T. albidum, some of
the involucral bracts bend backward, while T. hideoi does
not. This species is rare, so it is challenging to find. Bloom time: