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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Papaveraceae
Tribe  Fumarieae
Scientific name  Capnoides sempervirens
Rank  Species
Order  Ranunculales
Subfamily  Fumarioideae
Subtribe  Fumariinae
Higher classification  Capnoides

Similar  Fumarioideae, Papaveraceae, Pseudofumaria, Corydalis aurea, Corydalis flavula

Capnoides sempervirens, the harlequin corydalis, rock harlequin, pale corydalis or pink corydalis, is an annual or biennial plant native to rocky woodland and burned or disturbed places in northern North America. Capnoides sempervirens is the only species in the genus Capnoides.

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Names brought to synonymy
  • Capnoides elegans Kuntze, a synonym for Corydalis elegans
  • Description

    Capnoides Corydalis sempervirens Pale Corydalis Minnesota Wildflowers

    Plants are 20–80 cm (7.9–31.5 in) tall. Both stems and leaves are glaucous. Leaves are 1–3 cm (0.39–1.18 in) in length, twice pinnately divided, usually segmented into 3 lobes and sometimes 4. Flowers are tubular, pink with a yellow tip, 1–1.7 cm (0.39–0.67 in) long, grouped into dangling clusters. Seeds are black and shiny, about 1 mm (0.039 in) wide, held tightly together in long thin cylindrical pods.

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    Flowers bloom from May to September. Often growing out of areas disturbed by fire. Native from Newfoundland to Alaska and south into the eastern United States.

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