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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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Stem: round to angled, tendrils in axils.
Leaf: glandular or not, glabrous to hairy; stipules minute to leaf-like, glandular or not, persistent or not.
Inflorescence: generally 1 per node; generally bracted, bracts minute to leaf-like, glandular or not.
Flower: ± green to brightly colored; anthers easily rotated; ovary generally stalked, styles 3 , stigmas rounded to lobed.
± 540 species: edible juice from arils of some species (Latin: passion or suffering + flower, for flower symbolizing Christ's crucifixion) [Ulmer & MacDougal 2004 Passiflora: Passionflowers of the World. Timber Press] Many species popular in horticulture.
1. St angular, glabrous; leaves glabrous, (3)5–7(9)-lobed; flower with cup 0.4–0.5 cm deep; sepals, petals white; corona of elongate filaments ..... P. caerulea
1' St round, hairy; leaves soft-hairy adaxially, 3-lobed; flower with long tube 6–8 cm; sepals, petals pink; corona of small knobs ..... P. tarminiana
Citation for the whole project: Jepson Flora Project (eds.) [year] Jepson eFlora, http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/IJM.html [accessed on month, day, year]
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