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Location: Searcy County, Arkansas
Month of Photograph: March
Distribution Map: Viola striata - Distribution Map Spacer
USDA, NRCS. 2012. The PLANTS Database (http://plants.usda.gov, 16 January 2012). National Plant Data Team, Greensboro, NC 27401-4901 USA. Spacer Guests can be assured that there is established evidence that this plant has been found in all of the green filled counties of Arkansas. However, the white filled counties should not be interpreted as counties in which this plant does not grow. They should instead be interpreted as counties which lack officially sanction evidence of the plants presence there.

Family: Violaceae

Flower -- Posterior View

Viola striata - Posterior View "
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Viola striata - Whole Plant Whole Plant

See Dan Tenaglia's internet site Missouri Plants for additional images and text description.

For a detailed text description see Dr. John Hilty's internet site Illinois Flowers.

Viola striata - Flower Frontal View Flower - frontal view
Viola striata - Stem and XXStem and Stipules - stipules large and conspicuous
Stipules are leaf-like appendages that appear at the base of a leaf's stem (petiole). In the majority of plants, the stipules are small and quite insignificant.
Viola striata - Leaf AdaxialLeaf, adaxial
Viola striata - Leaf Adaxial Leaf, adaxial
Viola striata - Dorsal ViewFlower, doirsal view
Flower, frontal view
Viola striata - Flower Frontal View

Flower, dorsal view
Viola striata - Flower Dorsal View

Stipule
Viola striata - Stipule

Stipule, margin showing translucent edge
Viola striata - Margin of Stipule