Sedum pusillum Michaux. Phen: Mar-Apr; Apr-May. Hab: In very thin soil (generally less than of vernally wet depressions on granite flatrocks, often in mats of the moss Hedwigia ciliata. Dist: Endemic to granite flatrocks of the southeastern Piedmont, from sc. NC south to wc. GA.
Origin/Endemic status: Endemic
Other Comments: Superficially rather similar to Diamorpha smallii, and historically confused with it (see Wilbur 1988 for details). Wyatt (1983) discussed the reproductive biology of this species.
Synonymy: = FNA8, GW2, K1, K3, K4, RAB, S, Clausen (1975); = Tetrorum pusillum (Michx.) Rose