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GLINUS DAMASCISA
Annual, hairs generally forked or stellate. Stem: prostrate to ascending, branched from base. Leaf: whorled [alternate], entire [toothed]; blade base tapered, tip broadly rounded to acute; stipules 0. Inflorescence: axillary, flowers 3–15, pedicel 0–3 mm. Flower: flask- or bell-shaped; sepals 5, fused basally, margins wide-scarious; petals 0 [5–20]; stamens 3–20, free or fused in groups, outer sterile; style 0 or short, stigmas 3–5. Fruit: 3–5-valved, included in calyx, ellipsoid. Seed: many, minute, smooth or tubercled; aril coiled around seed.
6 species: tropics, subtropics. (Greek: sweet juice)

Key to Glinus

1. Seeds tubercled, ± glossy or dull; sepals acute or ± mucronate ..... G. lotoides

1' Seeds smooth, highly glossy; sepals long-acuminate to attenuate ..... G. radiatus

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