Oxalis corniculata L. var. corniculata (Sp. Pl. 435. 1753.)
Localities: West Indies (native), Lesser Antilles (native) [], Greater Antilles [Jamaica (native), Cuba (native), Cayman Island (exotic), Hispaniola (exotic)[ Dominican Republic, Haiti, Tortue,], Puerto Rico (native)[ Vieques], Virgin Islands (native) ( ) ], Bahamas (native), North America (native), Central America (native), South America (native),
Common Names: Alleluia (Dominican Republic), Edge teeth (Jamaica), Estrebolina (Dominican Republic), Oseille marron (Haiti), Oseille marronne (Haiti), Petit oseille-savane (L. Antilles), Petit trèfle (L. Antilles), Sour grass (L. Antilles), Trebilillo de jardín (Puerto Rico), Trebolillo (Puerto Rico), Trebolillo amarillo (Puerto Rico), Trèfle (L. Antilles), Vinagreata (Dominican Republic), Vinagrillo (Cuba), Vinagrillo (Dominican Republic), Vinagrillo (Puerto Rico), Yellow procumbent wood-sorrel (Bahamas), Yellow sorrel (Jamaica),
Synonyms: Oxalis repens Thunb. (Oxalis 16. 1781.), Xanthoxalis corniculata (L.) Small (Fl. S.E. U.S. 667. 1903.),
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