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Creeping Woodsorrel

Oxalis procumbens Steud. ex A. Rich.

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Oxalis procumbens (Creeping Woodsorrel) is a species of perennial herb in the family Oxalidaceae. It is a climber. It has a self-supporting growth form. Creeping Woodsorrel is listed as critically endangered by IUCN. It is associated with freshwater habitat. It is native to the contiguous United States, the contiguous United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Solomon Islands, Australia, Guam, United States, Nauru, Palau, Northern Mariana Islands, Kiribati, and Norfolk Island. Creeping Woodsorrel has broad leaves. Flowers are visited by pale grass blue. Creeping Woodsorrel is a photoautotroph. Individuals can grow to 0.4 m.

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EOL has data for 26 attributes, including:

Known occurrences, collected specimens and observations of creeping woodsorrel. View this species on GBIF