Flora of the Southeastern United States
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VIOLACEAE

Viola subsinuata Greene var. subsinuata . Wavy-leaved Violet. Phen: Apr-May; Apr-Jun (chasm.), May-Aug (cleist.). Hab: Rich, dry-mesic and dry upland forests, probably associated with mafic rocks. Dist: VT and c. PA south to NC, ne. AL, ne. MS and e. KY; slightly disjunct in e. OH (if these are not de novo hybrids involving V. baxteri) and in northern Piedmont from CT south to NJ.

Origin/Endemic status: Native

Syn: = Viola subsinuata – FNA6, Il, NE, Pa, Tn, Va, Ballard () (in prep), Haines (2001), McKinney & Russell (2002); < Viola ×subsinuata – K4; > Viola palmata var. dilatata – Ballard () (in prep); < Viola palmata var. palmata – C; > Viola subsinuata – Ballard () (in prep); ? Viola triloba var. dilatata – F, G, Il, K1

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