|Corydalis pallida var.
pallida is a biennial herb, 15-40cm in height, with no hairs,
inhabiting sunny parts of lowland areas in mountainous regions.
Leaves are of mono- to bipinnate compound leaf, with broad-ovate
leaflets deeply cleft in, with incisions on margins. Approximately
2-5cm long raceme-like inflorescences set about 2cm long yellow
flowers in them. Capsules are linear, around 2cm, having somewhat
thin or fat parts. Bloom time: April-July.