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Key to Fallopia

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1. Rhizomes present, perennial herb; stems erect; stigmas fringed

2. Stem generally 1–2 m; leaf blade 6–13 cm, 5–10 cm wide, base truncate ..... F. japonica

2' Stem 2–4(5) m; leaf blade 15–30(40) cm, 7–25 cm wide, base cordate ..... F. sachalinensis

1' Rhizomes 0; annual, perennial herb; stems trailing, twining, or climbing; stigmas head-like or peltate

3. Stem woody; inflorescence panicle-like ..... F. baldschuanica

3' Stem not woody; inflorescence spike-like ..... F. convolvulus


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