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Vascular Plants of California
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Key to Cannabaceae

View taxon page for Cannabaceae


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

1. Tree or shrubleaves , unlobed; flowers staminate and fruitdrupeperianth not persistent ..... CELTIS

1' Annual herb; lower leaves palmately lobed or compound (upper unlobed); flowers staminate or pistillate; fruit an , generally ± enclosed in persistent perianth.

2. Stem  generally palmately compound; pistillate inflorescence ± spike-like, erect to  ..... CANNABIS

2' Stem twining; leaf simple, palmately lobed; pistillate inflorescence head- or cone-like, generally pendent (erect) ..... HUMULUS



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