(fumitory) is a small family with just 31 US species, in nine genera, and is sometimes considered a subfamily of the papaveraceae
. Plants produce large leaves, divided one or more times into multiple lobes, and arranged alternately or in rosettes. Flowers have bilateral symmetry, and consist of a small calyx beneath a tube formed of four partly or mostly fused petals, two of which are somewhat ridged at the base. The other (inner) two petals are joined at the tip. Inside the corolla are a group of stamens, either four or six (joined into two groups of three).
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