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Key to Physaria

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1. Fruit spectacle-shaped, tip deeply notched, strongly inflated, bladdery ..... P. chambersii

1' Fruit spheric to obovoid, ellipsoid, or obcordate, tip obscurely notched or not, generally not inflated or bladdery

2. Annual or biennial, caudex 0 ..... P. tenella

2' Perennial herb, with simple or branched caudex

3. Fruit strongly compressed

4. Fruit compressed perpendicular to septum, obcordate, ± inflated, tip notched to truncate ..... P. cordiformis

4' Fruit compressed parallel to septum, ellipsoid to obovoid, tip acute ..... P. occidentalis subsp. occidentalis

3' Fruit not or only ± compressed

5. Basal, cauline leaves ± similar in shape, width; fruit septum complete; valves hairy inside ..... P. ludoviciana

5' Basal, cauline leaves different in shape, width; fruit septum perforated; valves glabrous to sparsely hairy inside ..... P. kingii

6. Fruit tip truncate or ± notched; valves generally sparsely hairy inside ..... subsp. kingii

6' Fruit tip round; valves glabrous inside

7. Style 6–9 mm; seeds 4–8 ..... subsp. bernardina

7' Style (2)2.5–6 mm; seeds 8–16 ..... subsp. latifolia

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