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Not to be confused with Corydalus.
Corydalis
Corydalis solida - Bois d'Havré (1).jpg
Corydalis solida (type species)
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
Order: Ranunculales
Family: Papaveraceae
Subfamily: Fumarioideae
Tribe: Fumarieae
Subtribe: Corydalinae
Genus: Corydalis
Species

See text.

Corydalis (Greek korydalís "crested lark") is a genus of about 470 species of annual and perennial herbaceous plants in the Papaveraceae family, native to the temperate Northern Hemisphere and the high mountains of tropical eastern Africa. They are most diverse in China and the Himalayas, with at least 357 species in China.

Ecology[edit]

Corydalis species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species (butterflies), especially of the genus Mnemosyne.

Toxicity[edit]

Corydalis cava and some other tuberous species contain the alkaloid bulbocapnine, which is occasionally used in medicine but scientific evidence is lacking in the correct dosages and side effects.[1]

Taxonomy[edit]

Current species[edit]

There are about 470 species, including:

Former species[edit]

Several former Corydalis have been moved to new genera:

Pseudofumaria
Capnoides

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CORYDALIS". WebMD. Retrieved 21 October 2014. 

External links[edit]


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Cache Valley Daily

Cache Valley Daily
Fri, 22 May 2015 11:11:15 -0700

To do so, use hedging shears to cut spent flowers back to the tops of the plants. New flowers are produced within a week or so after. These are best grown along the Wasatch Front and warmer areas. Yellow Corydalis: This is one of the few plants that ...
 
Hornell Evening Tribune (blog)
Thu, 21 May 2015 06:30:00 -0700

My Corydalis, Bloodroot and Welsh Poppy have established themselves in my stone wall along with our native Wild Geranium. You will find ferns everywhere throughout the garden, I use them as foundation plants, at the base of a wall and in crevices in my ...
 
Washington Post (blog)
Fri, 01 May 2015 04:48:45 -0700

20109. 8210 Heritage Crossing Ct Noon to 4 pm $272,090. 8300 Scotland Loop Noon to 4 pm $274,990. 11908 Hayes Station Way Noon to 2 pm $299,900. 20110. 10165 Corydalis Ct 1 pm to 4 pm $399,899. 20111. 10605 Moore Dr 1 pm to 4 pm $449,900.
 
Eureka Times Standard
Wed, 29 Apr 2015 23:00:00 -0700

Included are some rare woodland beauties like Brunnera 'Diane's Gold' and a yellow-flowering corydalis ideal for brightening up shaded areas. Looking for something different for your yard? For those who love the beauty of odd shapes and surprising ...

Wicked Local Marion

Wicked Local Marion
Sat, 16 May 2015 11:00:00 -0700

Long-blooming corydalis with clusters of tiny yellow or white blossoms, beautiful blue forget-me-nots, sunny yellow leopards bane (doronicum), multi-tinted primroses and dainty columbines provide colorful blooms followed by the feathery plumes of astilbes.
 
Renton Reporter
Sat, 25 Apr 2015 09:07:30 -0700

Other perennials that will grow in the shade are lamiums, primroses, corydalis, saxifrage and bleeding heart. For late summer and fall color add Japanese anemone but use this perennial only in areas of dry shade – Japanese anemone is tall, dramatic and ...

PR Newswire (press release)

PR Newswire (press release)
Mon, 04 May 2015 10:29:09 -0700

Cameron recommends bellflower, corydalis and big root geraniums, but check with your local nursery to determine the best choices for your area. CHECK HIDING PLACES. Know tick hiding places and check them frequently. Fences, brick walls and patio ...
 
Dynamic Chiropractic
Thu, 26 Jun 2014 11:22:30 -0700

The compound in Corydalis, dehydrocorybulbine (DHCB), is believed to produce pain-relieving effects similar to prescription drugs by blocking pain signals in the brain.1 However, it does so naturally and does not carry the risk of addiction that many ...
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