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Key to families | Table of families and genera
1. Lemma awnless ..... [D. decumbens]
1' Lemma awned
2. Upper leaf blades abruptly spreading to reflexed; lower inflorescence branches flexible, ± divergent to reflexed ..... D. californica
2' Upper leaf blades ascending; lower inflorescence branches or stalks stiff, erect
3. Spikelets generally 5–10 per inflorescence; lemma (except awns) 3–6 mm; leaves generally glabrous, not papillate ..... D. intermedia subsp. intermedia
3' Spikelets 1(2–3) per inflorescence; lemma (except awns) 5.5–11 mm; leaves generally densely hairy, hairs papillate at base or leaf surface papillate only ..... D. unispicata
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