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Key to Adenostoma

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1. Leaves not clustered, flexible, glandular, stipules 0; pedicel bractlets 5, unlobed, translucent; stamens 10–12 ..... A. sparsifolium

1' Leaves clustered, stiff, glabrous to puberulent, stipules < 1.5 mm; pedicel bractlets 1–3, 3-lobed, not translucent; stamens 15 ..... A. fasciculatum

2. Plants low, mounded; branches decumbent; Central Coast, Channel Islands ..... var. prostratum

2' Plants tall, not mounded; branches erect to ascending; North Coast Ranges, Cascade Range Foothills, Sierra Nevada, Central Western California, Southwestern California

3. Twigs glabrous (hairy); leaves generally linear to oblanceolate, 5–13 mm, tips generally acute-acuminate ..... var. fasciculatum

3' Twigs hairy; leaves oblanceolate to club-like, 2–6.5 mm, tips generally obtuse-mucronate ..... var. obtusifolium


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