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Key to Stillingia

View taxon page for Stillingia

(For a list of species in Stillingia, use the above link.)

Jepson Manual glossary definitions can be seen by moving your cursor over words underlined with dots.

1. Leaf blades  to , sharply toothed, 3-veined; spikes seeds striate ..... S. spinulosa

1' Leaves  or sparsely toothed in proximal 1/2, 1-veined; spikes terminal; seeds smooth

2. Spikes exceeding leavesopen in proximal 1/3, pistillate flowers well separated; base of   entire; seeds ± 2 mm ..... S. linearifolia

2' Spikes not exceeding leaves, dense in proximal 1/3, pistillate flowers crowded; base of leaf blade few-toothed; seeds 2.5–3 mm ..... S. paucidentata

 

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