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Name: Common Whitlowgrass (Draba verna)
Other names: spring draba, shadflower, nailwort, vernal whitlow grass, early witlow grass or whitlow-grass
Clades: Tracheophytes, Angiosperms, Eudicots, Rosids
Description: It has the unique trait of bifid petals, not found anywhere else in the genus Draba. The plant consists of a few flowers with branching stems and the leaves are focused around the base of the plant. The seeds are located in the flower but are not equipped with any sort of wind dispersal adaptation.
Distribution: The native range of Draba verna includes parts of Great Britain and Central Europe, specifically parts of Denmark, The Netherlands, and Belgium and Hungary. It is postulated that Draba verna was brought to North America when the European colonizers came to the New World. Draba verna originated in Europe and naturalized in the United States, where it has been found mostly east of the Mississippi River and west of the Rocky Mountains.
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