Coefficient of Conservatism:
Coefficient of Wetness:
R. W. Smith
Arabis glabra of Michigan Flora.
Sandy fields and barrens, gravel pits, savanna (oak, aspen, jack pine) especially along roadsides and clearings, rocky openings and summits, rarely on gravelly shores and moist ground.
Rarely the very base of the stem is nearly or quite glabrous, but even so the basal leaves are more densely pubescent than in Boechera stricta, with which this species can be confused, especially when very young.