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Key to Woodsiaceae

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1. Leaves generally 30–150+ cm; stipe generally > 1.5 mm diam, if < then indusia 0; blade generally 25–130 cm, (5)10–60 cm wide; indusia 0, oblong, J-shaped, or reniform ..... ATHYRIUM

1' Leaves generally < 30 cm; stipe generally < 1.5 mm diam; blade generally 10–25 cm, 1–10 cm wide; indusia hood- or cup-like and of many segmented hair- or scale-like fragments or lobes

2. Indusium hood-like; pinnae sides unequal, acroscopic pinnules more spreading, larger, more incised; leaf blade axes abaxially glabrous ..... CYSTOPTERIS

2' Indusium cup-like, of many segmented hair- or scale-like fragments or lobes encircling sorus from below, often obscure in age; pinnae sides ± equal; leaf, blade axes abaxially with (without) short-stalked glands or gland-tipped hairs 0.1–1 mm ..... WOODSIA

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