Spergula arvensis; the Corn Spurrey is the only common Icelandic member of the Pink family that has whorled leaves. Also characteristic are the heavy-glandular stems. It grows on moist grounds but also in disturbed grounds like roadsides and waste grounds. It is common in the south-eastern and south-western regions of Iceland.
It is a member of the Pink family (Caryophyllaceae). The Icelandic name of this species is Skurfa.