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Key to Fragaria

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1. Leaf thick, leathery, central leaflet stalk 1–10 mm; petals (8)10–18 mm; achenes 1.5–2 mm — coastal, < 200 m ..... F. chiloensis

1' Leaf thin, not leathery, central leaflet stalk 1–3 mm; petals 4–9 mm; achenes ± 1.5 mm

2. Central leaflet teeth generally 12–21, below and above middle, central tooth < to > adjacent; leaflets sparsely hairy adaxially; hypanthium bractlets often 2-lobed; inflorescence often > leaves; < 2000 m ..... F. vesca

2' Central leaflet teeth generally < 13, above middle, central tooth << adjacent; leaflets generally glabrous adaxially; hypanthium bractlets unlobed; inflorescence < leaves; generally 1200–3300 m ..... F. virginiana

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