Greek pseudo—false, Fumaria.
Hairless perennial herbs forming rounded clumps. Flowers many in stalked clusters, yellow, or white with a yellow tip. Outer petals broadly winged and notched at the tip. Inner petals with an indentation on one side. Upper stamen swollen. Fruit a capsule with 3-13 black seeds, the fruit stalk elongating and bent back [Corydalis Vent. in part].
P. alba (Mill.) Lidén subsp. alba Lidén from the Balkans and N Italy is grown occasionally and has shown the potential to become weedy [Corydalis ochroleuca W. Koch].
P. lutea (L.) Borckh. from the European Alps and with yellow flowers also shows the potential to become weedy. [Corydalis lutea (L.) DC.].
Style deciduous; capsule with 3-13 seeds.
2 species from the European Alps.
Source: (1997). Fumariaceae. In: . Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia. Volume 2. Flowering plants. Dicotyledons. Part 1. The identification of garden and cultivated plants. University of New South Wales Press.