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Common groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) foliage is green, 2 to 4
inches in length, lacerate (irregularly lobed) and serrate.
Foliage is thick and fleshy. Veins are somewhat sunken on the
top of the leaf, and very prominent on the underside.
Stems, new foliage, and the underside of new and old foliage have a
sparse number of long hairs (there aren't many, but they are long).
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