Definition of Corydalis claviculata
1. Noun. Annual vine with decompound leaves and racemes of yellow and pink flowers.
Group relationships: Corydalis, Genus Corydalis
Generic synonyms: Vine
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Literary usage of Corydalis claviculata
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1. Organography of Plants, Especially of the Archegoniata and Spermaphyta by Karl Goebel (1905)
"Young tendril. At the end of each branch of the tendril a rudimentary leaf-lamina is laid down. Slightly magnified. After A. Mann. corydalis claviculata. ..."
2. Charles Darwin's Works by Charles Darwin (1876)
"Firstly, corydalis claviculata, but then this plant might be called a leaf-climber. ... I have said that in corydalis claviculata the end of , the leaf or ..."
3. The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany edited by George Luxford, Edward Newman (1849)
"The corydalis claviculata is remarkably early; June and July are the months ... corydalis claviculata. March 9. Veronica hederifolia in flower and seed. ..."
4. The Ladies Flower-garden of Ornamental Annuals by Loudon (Jane) (1842)
"It was introduced in 1683. and its seeds may be had in most of the seed-shops. 2.—corydalis claviculata, Dec. THE WHITE CLIMBING CORYDALIS. ..."
5. The Flora of Berkshire: Being a Topographical and Historical Account of the by George Claridge Druce (1897)
"Coppices, hedges, very local and rare. A. June -August. First record. Corydalis claviculata, Mr. MH ..."
6. Flora Devoniensis: Or A Descriptive Catalogue of Plants Growing Wild in the by John Pike Jones, H.j.f Kingston (1829)
"(corydalis claviculata.) HAB. Hedges at Ilsington. North Bovey. Manaton. Amongst the rocks of Lustleigh Cleve; and Wistman's Wood, Dartmoor. Near Mamhead. ..."
7. A Contribution to Our Knowledge of Seedlings by John Lubbock (1892)
"... a Cape species with a bladder-like fruit otherwise similar to the British corydalis claviculata, but sometimes separated as a distinct genus. ..."