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Viola cf. septemloba
Typical-looking violet flower, but the leaves had an odd shape. I am used to finding violet leaves that are more heart-shaped, this one looked more like a shovel.
Found in at the edge of a fire-suppressed longleaf pine sandhill savanna near some Drosera, pine, and Xyris
Some call V. septemloba Viola palmata, but I think the most up to date species is septemloba. Either way, this genera is still being resolved so I am only sure of the genus.