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Key to Aliciella

View taxon page for Aliciella

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

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

1. Basal  blades 1–7 cm wide, obovate, coarsely teeth needle-like; filaments (at least longest) 

2. Stamens attached in lower throatcorolla  pink or magenta adaxially, pale pink abaxially; annual ..... A. latifolia subsp. latifolia

2' Stamens attached near base of tube, filaments 4 short, 1 long; corolla lobes magenta;  herb ..... A. ripleyi

1' Basal leaf blades generally <= 2 cm wide,  (oblanceolate to obovate for Aliciella triodon), pinnate-divided, , or if dentate then teeth mucronate but not needle-like; filaments smooth

3. Corolla throat ± constricted near mouth; corolla lobes 3-toothed, central  generally longest ..... A. triodon

3' Corolla throat widened near mouth; corolla lobes lanceolate- to ovate- or ± truncate-acuminate

4. Corolla lobes truncate-acuminate

5. Pedicels >> calyx; branches ± fruit spheric ..... A. humillima

5' Pedicels of 2 lengths, terminal < calyx,  > calyx; branches ; fruit narrowly ellipsoid ..... A. leptomeria

4' Corolla lobes lanceolate- to ovate-acuminate

6. Corolla generally 2–3.5 mm,  >> calyx, spreading or ; fruit ± spheric ..... A. micromeria

6' Corolla generally 4.5–14 mm; pedicels of 2 lengths, terminal < calyx, axillary > calyx, all straight, ascending to  (nodding in  in A. monoensis); fruit ellipsoid or ovoid

7. Basal leaves 1–2 × pinnate-divided (in depauperate plants dentate but then midrib narrow) glandular hairs on  leaves long

8. Corolla glandular-puberulent abaxially ..... A. hutchinsifolia

8' Corolla glabrous abaxially ..... A. monoensis (2)

7' Basal leaves dentate, , or ± 1-pinnate-divided (if dentate then midrib wide); glandular hairs on basal leaves short, at least abaxially

9. Basal leaves adaxially glabrous ..... A. lottiae

9' Basal leaves adaxially glandular-puberulent ..... A. monoensis (2)

 

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