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Vascular Plants of California
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Key to Crataegus

View taxon page for Crataegus

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

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

1. Short-shoot leaves deeply lobed, veined to sinuses; fruit red to deep red ..... C. monogyna

1' Short-shoot leaves unlobed to shallowly lobed, not veined to sinuses; fruit deep purple to black

2. Stamens ± 20; short-shoot leaves unlobed to shallowly lobed; thorns 8–12 mm ..... C. gaylussacia

2' Stamens ± 10; short-shoot leaves generally shallowly lobed; thorns 15–23 mm

3. Inflorescence hairy; thorns 18–23 mm ..... C. castlegarensis

3' Inflorescence glabrous; thorns 15–18 mm ..... C. douglasii

 

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