Vascular Plants of North Carolina
Account for Pink Woodsorrel - Oxalis debilis   Kunth
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Section 6 » Family Oxalidaceae
DistributionA single specimen is known: Transylvania County, Brevard, small field, very moist soil, near stream that floods often, 15 April 2006, L. Nelson 44 (USCH). No image accompanies the record.

Native of South America; in N.A. NC to FL and TX; WA to CA.
AbundanceVery rare.
HabitatWet soil by stream.
PhenologyFlowering April-?.
IdentificationThis is a perennial woodsorrel, with stems and leaves on separate stalks. The undesrside of the leaflets is hairy. The flowers are lavender to rose-purple.
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State RankSE
Global RankG4G5
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