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Key to families | Table of families and genera
1. Pedicels generally 10–70 mm, generally > closed corollas; flower parts generally in 4s ..... Z. exaltata
1' Pedicels 0–40(60) mm, generally < closed corollas (except in some robust plants of Zeltnera venusta); flower parts in 5s
2. Leaves linear to thread-like; stigma 1, ± 2-lobed ..... Z. namophila
2' Leaves ovate or lanceolate to elliptic to oblanceolate or obovate; stigmas 1–2
3. Pedicels of proximal, central flowers 0–10 mm, of other flowers generally 0–5 mm, of distal often 0
4. Corolla lobes 2–7 mm, tips rounded; stigmas 2, wide-fan-shaped ..... Z. muehlenbergii
4' Corolla lobes (3)5–10 mm, tips acute to acuminate; stigma 1, lobes ± 2, wedge-shaped ..... Z. trichantha
3' Pedicels 2–40(60) mm
5. Calyx lobes keeled; corolla lobes 3–7 mm ..... Z. davyi
5' Calyx lobes not keeled; corolla lobes (2)5–20 mm.
6. Main stems from base generally several; basal leaves often rosetted, generally oblanceolate ..... Z. arizonica
6' Main stem from base generally 1; basal leaves 0 or generally not rosetted, narrow-ovate-oblong to lanceolate ..... Z. venusta
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