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Key to families | Table of families and genera
1. Pistillate flowers ± sessile; scape bent at inflorescence ..... S. rigida
1' Pistillate flowers pedicelled; scape straight at inflorescence
2. Stolons, tubers 0; lowest inflorescence node with 2 bisexual flowers ..... S. montevidensis subsp. calycina
2' Stolons, tubers present; lowest inflorescence node with 3 pistillate flowers
3. Emergent leaf blades linear to lanceolate; pedicels recurved in fruit, thickened ..... S. sanfordii
3' Emergent leaf blades generally sagittate; pedicels ascending in fruit, not thickened
4. Basal lobes of emergent leaf blades generally > terminal; tubers spheric, tan ..... S. longiloba
4' Basal lobes of emergent leaf blades <= terminal; tubers oblong, ± white or ± blue
5. Fruit beak terminal, erect, 0.1–0.4 mm; emergent leaves with petioles recurved, basal lobes of blades < terminal ..... S. cuneata
5' Fruit beak lateral, spreading, 1–2 mm; emergent leaves with petioles ascending to erect, basal lobes of blades ± = terminal ..... S. latifolia
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