Viola glaberrima (Gingins) H. House

Locations ofViola glaberrima (Gingins) H. House in Virginia

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Botanical Name
Viola glaberrima (Gingins) H. House
Common Name
Three-parted Violet
Viola tripartita Ell. var. glaberrima (A. DC.) R.M. Harper
Flora of Virginia Name/Status
Viola glaberrima (Gingins) H. House
Specimens previously determined as V. eriocarpa were recently annotated to Viola tripartita. Foliage, however, is not tripartite and no tripartite leaves have ever been seen at either well-known locality. Plants without divided leaves have been called var. glaberrima (DC.) Harper, or V. glaberrima (Gingens) H. House, which is followed here based on Ballard, H.E., J.T. Kartesz, and M. Nishino. 2023. A taxonomic treatment of the Violets (Violaceae) of the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. Jour. Torrey Bot. Soc. 150(1): 3-266.
Rich, mesic slope forests over calcareous or mafic rocks. Rare, sw. mountains; known only from three localities in Carroll, Floyd, and Montgomery counties.
Native Status

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