Viola macloskeyi
Family: Violaceae
small white violet,  more...
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Merel R. Black  
Etymology: Viola: a classical Latin name for violets
Plants: erect, perennial forb, basically stemless; creeping rhizomes with stolons
Leaves: widely-oval to kidney-shaped with a blunt tip and wavy teeth
Flowers: white, 5-parted, 1/4"-3/8" wide, lower 3-petals with brownish lines at the base, upper 2 petals not twisted, 2 side petals mostly beardless; solitary, basal, stalked, equal to or taller than the leaves; blooms April-June
Fruits: green, elliptic to oval capsule with brown to black seeds
Habitat: wet; forests, bogs, streambanks, shallows, usually near cold water
Conservation Status: Native
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Janice Stiefel  
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Matthew L. Wagner  
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Robert Bierman  
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Viola macloskeyi image
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Kenneth J. Sytsma  
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Viola macloskeyi image
Viola macloskeyi image
Robert Bierman  
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Merel R. Black  
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Viola macloskeyi image
Derek Anderson  
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Merel R. Black  
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Janice Stiefel  
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