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Key to Ancistrocarphus

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1. Stem (1)2–10(14) cm, ± forked; leaves basal and cauline; paleae of disk flowers becoming 2.7–4.1 mm, ± lanceolate; palea tip exserted from head, hooked inward, acuminate, stiff, forming a spine; fruit 1.4–2 mm, 0.6–0.9 mm wide, proximally dark-banded ..... A. filagineus

1' Stem 0; leaves basal; paleae of disk flowers becoming 1.8–2.8 mm, ± obovate; palea tip included in head, curved inward, rounded, abruptly papery-pointed, not forming a spine; fruit 1–1.4 mm, 0.5–0.6 mm wide, not dark-banded ..... A. keilii

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