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Key to families | Table of families and genera
1. Bracts >> to ± = subtended flower, gradually reduced distally on stem, ± overlapping at inflorescence tip; inflorescence axis abruptly bent 60–90° relative to stem ..... L. rossii
1' Bracts < to << subtended flower, much reduced distally on stem, not overlapping at inflorescence tip; inflorescence axis straight to curved or bent < 60° relative to stem
2. Pedicel 0–1 cm; calyx spheric in fruit; fruit minutely hairy ..... L. calycina
2' Pedicel generally 1–4 cm; calyx bell-shaped in fruit; fruit glabrous
3. Calyx lobes clearly < tube ..... L. cardiophylla
3' Calyx lobes generally ± >= tube
4. Calyx hairs dense, generally 0.5–2 mm, lobes generally > (<) tube ..... L. fragrans
4' Calyx hairs sparse, << 0.5 mm, lobes generally ± = tube ..... L. ganderi
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