Crotalaria rotundifolia J.F. Gmel. - Rabbitbells
Family - Fabaceae
Flowering - May - October.
Habitat - Flatwoods, sandhills, dry, disturbed sites, pine woodlands.
Origin - Native to U.S.
Other information - This attractive little species can be found mainly in the southern half of Alabama. The plant is easy to identify in the field becasue of its rounded leaves, repent, pubescent stems, and bright yellow flowers.
Photographs taken in the Tuskegee National Forest, Macon County, AL., 10-9-04.