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Key to Purshia

View taxon page for Purshia

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

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

1. Pistils (3)4–7(10); styles in fruit 20–60 mm,   (3)5(7), central not spiny at tip ..... P. stansburyana

1' Pistils 1–2; styles in fruit 5–7(10) mm, not plumose; leaf lobes 3(5), central generally spiny at tip ..... P. tridentata

2. Leaves adaxially sparsely nonglandular-hairy,  or sunken glands few to many; twig hairs generally glandular ..... var. glandulosa

2' Leaves adaxially densely nonglandular-hairy, sessile or sunken glands 0–few; twig hairs generally nonglandular ..... var. tridentata



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