Pseudofumaria lutea (L.) Borkh., Arch. Bot. (Leipzig) 1: 45 1797. (syn: Borckhausenia lutea (L.) G. Gaertn., B. Mey. & Scherb.; Capnoides lutea (L.) Gaertn.; Corydalis lutea (L.) DC.; Fumaria capnoides sensu Mill. (misapplied name); Fumaria lutea L. (ambiguous synonym); Fumaria tetragona Stokes);
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Corydalis aurea Willd. from California-GS16022020-4 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Corydalis aurea Willd.
Common names: Scrambled eggs, Golden corydalis
Annual herb with decumbent stems, blue green leaves with oval leaflets and yellow 1 cm long flowers in racemes.
Clicked from University of California Botanical Garden, April 22, 2019
I think looks different from Corydalis aurea as per
Corydalis lutea ??
Thanks …, I think you are right, smaller flowers with very short spur vs larger lighter flowers and much longer spur in C. aurea
Correct name, however, is Pseudofumaria lutea.
Corydalis aurea from California-GS0203202
Photographed from University of California Botanical Garden, 22-4-2019
Identified earlier as Pseudofumaria lutea (USA)