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Viola sempervirens (Trailing Wood Violet, Evergreen Violet)


Viola sempervirens (Trailing Wood Violet, Evergreen Violet)

Observed in the Hyacinthe Bay Stewardship Area

BC List: S5 (Yellow)

For more information see http://linnet.geog.ubc.ca/Atlas/Atlas.aspx?sciname=Viola sempervirens

The flowers are very similar to Viola glabella. The two species can distinguished by the leaves. Sempervirens leaves are evergreen flatter and rounder. Glabella leaves are more heart-shaped and deeply veined. See below (sempervirens on left).




David Broadland

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Yellow-flowered wildflowers

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  • Taken with Apple iPhone XR
  • Focal Length 4.3 mm
  • Exposure Time 1/60
  • f Aperture f/1.8
  • ISO Speed 160

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