Pls. Identify This Wild Ground Cover

Zone 6-7 Mid-Atlantic. It shows up during years of adequate moisture, choking out undesirables like plantain. Small heart-shaped leaves. Little yellow flowers. It's the coolest stuff because it doesn't grow tall and therefore requires less mowing. Thanks.
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Any chance you can post a clear closeup photo, on a site like www.photobucket.com?
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Look up "moneywort" and adjust your meager descriptopn from there if it is off the mark. Jack W wrote:

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could it be this? (yellow oxalis) http://www.invasive.org/browse/subject.cfm?suba15
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Looks just like oxalis stricta (above) but is not erect or upright.
It may be oxalis europaea or o. repens ... or maybe o. stricta as you suggest.
Thank you.
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