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A. nuttallianus DC. SMALL-FLOWERED MILKVETCH
NATIVE
Annual, slender; minutely strigose. Stem: prostrate or ± ascending, 4–45 cm. Leaf: 1.5–6.5 cm; leaflets 5–13, 2–10 mm, at least upper elliptic, acute at tips, lower blunt or not, notched at tip. Inflorescence: flowers 1–4. Flower: 4–7 mm; corolla ± white, faintly lilac-tinged (± purple). Fruit: 10–20 mm, 2–3 mm wide, linear in side view, gently curved near base, ± straight toward tip, ± 3-sided (laterals ± convex, lower grooved), maturing dark brown or ± black, glabrous or minutely strigose; chambers ± 2. See note under Astragalus acutirostris; varieties intergrade; Astragalus nuttallianus var. austrinus (Small) Barneby (calyx lobes generally 1.8–2.8 mm, hairs 0.7–1.2 mm, spreading, stiff) near California, in western Arizona. [Online Interchange]

Key to Astragalus nuttallianus

1. Calyx lobes generally 1.8–2.8 mm, hairs 0.7–1.2 mm, spreading, very stiff ..... var. austrinus

1' Calyx lobes generally 1–1.7 mm, hairs 0.5–0.8 mm, ascending, not very stiff

2. Leaflet tips notched on lower leaves, acute on upper; calyx tube 1.4–1.7 mm ..... var. cedrosensis

2' Leaflet tips acute; calyx tube 1.9–2.8 mm ..... var. imperfectus

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