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Vascular Plants of California
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Key to Geraniaceae

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

1. Flower ± nectary 1, deeply embedded into receptaclefertile stamens 1–7, united at base ..... PELARGONIUM

1' Flower  (± bilateral); nectaries 5, on petal bases; fertile stamens 5 or 10, free

2. Fertile stamens generally 10;  palmately lobed to divided ..... GERANIUM

2' Fertile stamens generally 5; leaf  to shallowly ± palmately lobed or generally pinnately lobed to compound

3. Staminodes 0; leaf , ± palmately lobed or not, veins ±  ..... CALIFORNIA

3' Staminodes 5,  stamens; leaf simple to pinnately compound, veins  ..... ERODIUM

 

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