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Key to families | Table of families and genera
1. Leaflets, pedicels, fruits glabrous to sparsely long-soft-hairy; flower 1–2 per node ..... T. gracilis
1' Leaflets, pedicels, fruits long-soft-hairy; flowers generally 2–5 per node
2. Plant 8–25 dm; stem stout, erect
3. Fruit ascending, straight; lower pedicels 2–4 mm; leaflet lateral veins 12–16; Western Transverse Ranges (Santa Ynez Mtns) ..... T. macrophylla
3' Fruit spreading, curved; lower pedicels 4–8 mm; leaflet lateral veins 18–24; Klamath Ranges, Outer North Coast Ranges ..... T. robusta
2' Plant 3–8 dm; stem slender, ascending to erect ..... T. californica
4. Stipules ovate to widely ovate; inflorescence bracts < 15 mm wide; leaflet hairs not appressed; North Coast, North Coast Ranges, Central Western California ..... var. californica
4' Stipules lanceolate to ovate; inflorescence bracts < 6 mm wide; leaflet hairs appressed; Cascade Range, Western Transverse Ranges, s Peninsular Ranges (San Diego Co.), Modoc Plateau
5. Leaflet silvery, hairs straight; Cascade Range, Western Transverse Ranges, Modoc Plateau ..... var. argentata
5' Leaflet velvety, hairs ± wavy; s Peninsular Ranges (San Diego Co.) ..... var. semota
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