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Key to Nymphaeaceae

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1. Leaf veins ± pinnate; sepals 5–14 (inner increasingly petal-like; petals inconspicuous), round to broad-obovate, ± erect; ovary superior; stigmatic disk margin entire to crenate ..... NUPHAR

1' Leaf veins ± palmate; sepals generally 4 (petals conspicuous), generally longer than wide, ± spreading; ovary partly inferior; stigmatic disk margin with ± erect-incurved appendages ..... NYMPHAEA


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