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Key to families | Table of families and genera
1. Leaves linear
2. Leaves persistent after 1 year, wiry, tough; cauline leaves many, reduced upward ..... XEROPHYLLUM
2' Leaves deciduous after 1 year, not wiry, not tough; cauline leaves 0 or 1–2, much reduced
3. Perianth parts pale green-yellow to ± purple, without glands; ovary partly inferior (at base) ..... STENANTHIUM
3' Perianth parts white to ± yellow, with 1–2 distinct glands near base; ovary superior ..... TOXICOSCORDION
1' Leaves lanceolate to widely ovate
4. Leaves > 3, alternate; plant 1–2 m ..... VERATRUM
4' Leaves 3, in 1 whorl subtending flower; plant < 0.7 m
5. Leaves petioled (subsessile), leathery; petals white (pink), generally purple-spotted ..... PSEUDOTRILLIUM
5' Leaves sessile or subsessile, not leathery; petals white, ± pink, ± yellow, or purple, not spotted ..... TRILLIUM
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