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Key to Anisocarpus

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(For a list of species in Anisocarpus, use the above link.)

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1. Leaves dark green, 4–13 cm, entire or shallowly toothed; ray flowers 7–15; involucre 4–6 mm, ± spheric; disk flowers staminate; ray fruit compressed side-to-side; disk pappus 0.2–1.5 mm, of 5–8, linear to lanceolate or ± square, fringed scales ..... A. madioides

1' Leaves ± blue-green, 1–3 cm, entire; ray flowers 0 or 1–3; involucre 6–12 mm, widely ellipsoid to bell-shaped; disk flowers bisexual, forming fruits; ray fruit ± compressed front-to-back; disk pappus 4–7 mm, of 11–21, awl-shaped, or ± bristle-like, ciliate-plumose scales ..... A. scabridus


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