|Corydalis pallida var.
tenuis is a biennial herb inhabiting sunny forest edges in
fields and mountains, the whole feeling soft, with many leaves and
stems. The stems measure 30-50cm in height. Radical leaves with long
petioles are of an imparipinnate compound leaf, leaflets having
irregular serrations and notches on margins. Branch tips emerge
4-10cm-long racemes in which many yellow flowers bloom. Capsules are
linear, making strings of narrow and fat portions on them. Bloom