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1. Basal leaves generally pinnately 3–7+ lobed and/or irregularly toothed; mid-stem leaves generally irregularly toothed throughout ..... L. vulgare
1' Basal leaves not lobed, generally toothed (entire); mid-stem leaves generally proximally entire, distally regularly serrate
2. Larger phyllaries 3–5 mm wide; ray fruit 3–4 mm, tip adaxially generally with ear-like projections; cauline leaf blades 3–12+ cm, 12–25(35+) mm wide, elliptic to oblanceolate ..... L. lacustre
2' Larger phyllaries 2–3 mm wide; ray fruit 2–3(4) mm, tip generally entire (adaxially with ear-like projections); cauline leaf blades 5–12+ cm, 8–22+ mm wide, oblanceolate to lanceolate or linear ..... L. maximum
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