Distribution: Endemic to the northern Olympic Mountains, Washington.
Habitat: Alpine rock crevices and talus slopes at high elevations.
Conservation Status: Review Group 1 in Washington (WANHP)
Glabrous perennial from short, thick rhizomes, the stems 3-15 cm. long.
Leaves fleshy, petiolate, purplish-green, the blades reniform, 1.5-4 cm. broad, finely round-toothed; stipules lanceolate, toothed.
Flowers 1.5 cm. long, the spur very short, yellow; petals purplish-violet, yellow at the base, the lower 3 dark-veined, the lateral pair yellow-bearded; style head well bearded.
Fruit a 3-valved capsule, ovary superior, placentation parietal.