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Key to Platanus

View taxon page for Platanus

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

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

1. Leaf  generally < 1/3 terminal generally as long as wide, margins few- to many-toothed; stipules generally shed by  maturity; heads (1)2(3); stigma brown-maroon, densely covered with tan hairs; widely cultivated, sometimes escaping ..... [P. ×hispanica]

1' Leaf lobes generally >= 1/3 blade, terminal generally much longer than wide, margins 0(few)-toothed; stipules generally not shed by leaf maturity; heads (1)2–7; stigma ± maroon, glabrousnative ..... P. racemosa

 

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