Chrysopsis delaneyi R.P. Wunderlin & Semple has a range that includes two disjunct groups of populations in peninsular Florida.  One is on the central ridge and the other along the much lower coastal ridge.  The two differ slightly in the size of the glands on the leaves.  PLants can form new hairy rosette leaves near the base of older stems.  The pappus is clearly quadruple with distinct short outer scaly bristles (2° outer), mid length gracile bristles (2° inner), much longer tapering bristiles (1° outer), and the longest inner clavate bristles (1° inner).  The species is diploid with 2n=10.  See Semple (2006 FNA).