Cardamine angustata O.E. Schulz
Cardamine angustata O.E. Schulz var. ouachitana E.B. Sm.
Cardamine heterophylla (Nutt.) Alph. Wood
Dentaria heterophylla Nutt.
Slender toothwort and other members of the bittercress family have recently been moved from the Dentaria genus to Cardamine.
Identification: Slender toothwort is a delicate forest floor plant, with several clusters of three leaves at its base, as well as smaller, narrower 3-part leaves on its stem. It is 8-16" (20-40 cm) tall, with a stem that is often purple. Leaves are usually quite deeply divided. Flowers are tubular at first, opening into four petals, pale pink or white, in clusters of several flowers.
Cardamine angustata on North Carolina Wildflowers, Shrubs, & Trees, by Jeff Pippen
Cardamine angustata at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Cardamine angustata at the Vanderbilt University Bioimages web site
Cardamine angustata on Wildflowers of the United States
Cardamine angustata on Delaware Wildflowers
Cardamine angustata on eFloras
Cardamine angustata description by Thomas H. Kent, last updated 16 Aug 2013.