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This text currently parallels The Jepson Manual: Vascular Plants of California, Second Edition that is now available at the University of California Press.
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Leaf: simple, opposite to whorled, cordate.
Inflorescence: panicle, terminal.
Flower: calyx inflated, 2-lipped, purple-green; corolla fragrant, lower petal notched; stamens included, anther sacs 2; staminode included, glabrous.
Fruit: linear, not flat.
Seed: 6–12 mm, oblong; glabrous.
10 species: temperate North America, e Asia. (Spelling error for Catawba, North America native name for the tree)
Unabridged etymology: (Spelling error for Catawba, Native American name for the tree (tribal totem), made by Scopoli in formally describing the genus)
Unabridged references: [Ness 2003 Oecologia 134:210–218]
1. Lf blade 10–26 cm, tips acute; corolla < 3.5 cm, white with yellow and purple markings in throat; calyx < 15 mm ..... C. bignonioides
1' Lf blade 15–30 cm, tips acuminate; corolla 4–6 cm, white with yellow stripes or brown dots in throat; calyx 15–25 mm ..... C. speciosa
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