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Specimen numbers are hyperlinked to records in the Consortium of California Herbaria data view where possible. Taxa are hyperlinked to entries in the Jepson Interchange via the "[Online Interchange]" link.


A. didymocarpus Hook. & Arn. TWO-SEEDED MILKVETCH
Annual, generally slender; ± gray ± minutely strigose. Stem: prostrate to ± erect, 2.5–45 cm. Leaf: 0.8–7.5 cm; leaflets 9–17, 2–14 mm, linear to oblanceolate, tips notched. Inflorescence: head-like; flowers 5–30, erect or ascending. Flower: < 9 mm; calyx hairs ± mixed black, white; petals ± white, purple-tinged. Fruit: ascending, ± included in calyx, 2–4 mm, ± 2 mm wide, ± spheric, 2-lobed in ×-section, ± minutely strigose (glabrous), coarsely wrinkled, drying stiff-papery; chambers 2. Varieties intergrade. [Online Interchange]

Key to Astragalus didymocarpus

1. Keel 2.4–4.5 mm; s ± 1/2 California

2. Calyx hairs mostly black, lobes generally 0.8–1.5 mm, <(=) tube; leaflets ± glabrous adaxially; stem ± erect ..... var. didymocarpus

2' Calyx hairs mostly white, lobes generally 1.5–2.4 mm, > tube; leaflets ± canescent adaxially; stem ± prostrate ..... var. dispermus

1' Keel 4.7–7.2 mm; s Central Coast, s Outer South Coast Ranges, Southwestern California (except Western Transverse Ranges)

3. Calyx hairs mostly black; keel abruptly curved, tip short, blunt ..... var. milesianus

3' Calyx hairs mostly white; keel crescent-shaped, tip narrowly triangular, acute ..... var. obispoensis


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