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Key to Hemizonia congesta

View taxon page for Hemizonia congesta

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

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

1. Heads generally nearly  along well-developed side branches of flowering stems; ray white, purple-veined abaxially

2. Peduncle bracts and calyx-like bracts subtending  often much exceeding phyllaries; phyllaries 6–12 mm, tips generally > bodies; fruit width 0.5–0.6 × length ..... subsp. calyculata

2' Peduncle bracts not or barely exceeding phyllaries, calyx-like bracts subtending head 0; phyllaries 3–7 mm, tips generally < bodies; fruit width 0.6–0.75 × length ..... subsp. clevelandii

1' Heads generally terminating elongate side branches of flowering stems or ± sessile in tight groups; ray white or yellow, purple-veined abaxially or not

3. Leaves generally  or minutely bristly or  and nonglandular, distal rarely long-soft-hairy and glandular; ray white, not purple-veined abaxially except NCo; heads in panicle-like cluster ..... subsp. tracyi

3' Leaves short-hairy, ± shaggy, or silky-hairy, all or distal glandular; ray white or yellow, purple-veined abaxially; heads in panicle-like cluster or in tight groups

4. Leaves ± shaggy, hairs at margins often longer on distal leaves; some or all heads generally in tight groups, sometimes in flat-topped or panicle-like cluster; phyllaries 6–10 mm, tips generally > bodies; ray white ..... subsp. congesta

4' Leaves short-hairy, ± shaggy, or silky-hairy, hairs at margins not notably longer on distal leaves; heads in panicle-like cluster; phyllaries 3–7(8) mm, tips generally < bodies; ray white or yellow

 

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