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Key to Urticaceae

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

1. Stinging hairs present; leaves 

2. Pistillate sepals 2–4, fused ± to tip, ± equal ..... HESPEROCNIDE

2' Pistillate sepals 4, ± free, outer 2 < inner 2 ..... URTICA

1' Stinging hairs 0; leaves  or opposite

3. Leaves opposite (alternate), toothed; inflorescence spike-like ..... BOEHMERIA

3' Leaves alternate, ; inflorescence 1-flowered or head-, spike-, or panicle-like

4. Stems  to  10–90 mm; inflorescence head-, spike-, or panicle-like, generally few-flowered ..... PARIETARIA

4' Stems ; leaf 3–8 mm; inflorescence 1-flowered ..... SOLEIROLIA

 

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