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Vascular Plants of California
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Key to Stanleya

View taxon page for Stanleya

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

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

1. Middle, distal cauline leaves , base lobed to  ..... S. viridiflora

1' Middle, distal cauline leaves petioled, base not lobed or sagittate

2. Seeds 46–70; petal claw glabrousfilaments 5–13 mm; petal  0.3–1 mm wide,  ..... S. elata

2' Seeds 10–38; petal claw hairy; filaments 11–28 mm; petal blade 2–3 mm wide, oblanceolate to  ..... S. pinnata var. pinnata



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