Capnoides sempervirens (L.) Borkh.   (redirected from: Corydalis sempervirens)
Family: Papaveraceae
pale corydalis, pink and yellow corydalis, rock harlequin
[Corydalis sempervirens (L.) Pers., Fumaria sempervirens L.]
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Keir Morse  
Etymology: Corydalis: Greek for "crested lark"
Plants: erect, biennial, 1'-3' tall forb, smooth; stems with many branches near the top
Leaves: several times pinnately-divided; lower leaves stalked, upper usually stalkless
Flowers: pink with yellow tip, 4-parted, 5/8" long, only one petal spurred; inflorescence a small branched cluster of stalked flower at the end of the stems; blooms May-Sept.
Fruits: long, erect capsule
Habitat: dry; woods, cliffs; in rocky or sandy soil
Conservation Status: Native
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Janice Stiefel  
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Aaron Carlson  
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Christopher Noll  
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Kitty Kohout  
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