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1. Leaves crenate to coarsely dentate; petal base with area of different color; fruit segments generally 25–35, 2.8–3.5 mm ..... E. rotundifolia
1' Leaves palmately lobed to dissected; petal base without area of different color; fruit segments 9–22, 1.4–2 mm
2. Stem prostrate to decumbent; petals 4–5.5 mm, ± = calyx; plant with bisexual flowers ..... E. exilis
2' Stem generally ± erect; petals 3–25 mm, often >> calyx; plant with bisexual or occasionally only pistillate flowers ..... E. parryi
3. Calyx 3–10 mm, lobes 1.5–3.5 mm wide; plant with pistillate or bisexual flowers ..... subsp. kernensis
3' Calyx 10–14 mm, lobes 2.5–5 mm wide; plant with bisexual flowers ..... subsp. parryi
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