Anemone acutiloba (DC.) G. Lawson
Habitat: Rich, often calcareous woods.
Range: Western Maine to Minnesota, south to Georgia, Alabama, and Missouri.
Aids to Identification: Basal leaves with three to five lobes, stem leaves simple, both with acute to acuminate leaf apices.
Phenology: Flowers March to June.
Synonyms: Hepatica acutiloba DC.; Hepatica nobilis Schreber var. acuta (Pursh) Steyermark.
Known Distribution in Maine: This rare plant has been documented from a total of 3 town(s) in the following county(ies): Penobscot, Somerset, and York.