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Key to Monolopia

View taxon page for Monolopia

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

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

1. Heads ± disciform; ray 0–0.5 mm; disk fruit 2-angled; disk pappus of 2–7 scales ..... M. congdonii

1' Heads radiate; ray 2–20 mm; disk fruit 4-angled; disk pappus 0

2. Ray  to slightly toothed, or middle  < outer

3. Fruit glabrous or sparsely hairy, ± 2 mm; branches ± , generally near top of plant ..... M. gracilens

3' Fruit ± uniformly gray-strigose, 2.5–3 mm; branches ±  ..... M. stricta

2' Ray ± equally 3-lobed

4. Fruit ± uniformly gray-strigose; phyllaries free to ± 1/2 fused ..... M. lanceolata

4' Fruit ± glabrous or hairs concentrated at top; phyllaries fused into cup with triangular  ..... M. major

 

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