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Key to families | Table of families and genera
1. Inflorescence near ground, << subtending leaves; anthers << 1 mm ..... H. alpestre
1' Inflorescence well above ground, generally >= subtending leaves; anthers 1–2 mm
2. Leaf wide-ovate to round; leaflets generally 3–5 ..... H. tenuipes
2' Leaf ± oblong; leaflets 7–15
3. Leaflets acute to acuminate, teeth generally 4–8 per side ..... H. fendleri var. albifrons
3' Leaflets obtuse to acute, teeth generally 2–4 per side ..... H. occidentale
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