It. Crista-galli: annual; stems erect, glabrous or slightly hairy, 1/2-1 foot high, simple or slightly branched; leaves opposite, lanceolate, and coarsely-toothed, the floral ones broader, shorter, and more cut at the base; flowers in a loose leafy spike, yellow, often with a purple spot on the upper, or on both lips. - Meadows and pastures. Fl. June.