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The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California

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Names are linked to treatments from the Manual


Key to FREMONTODENDRON

N.B.: couplets are linked, e.g., 1. is linked to 1'.

  1. Sepal pits glabrous; plant erect, unbranched near ground; stipules ± 4–4.5 mm
F. mexicanum
  1' Sepal pits with silky hairs ± 1 mm; plant erect and branched near ground or decumbent; stipules ± 2 mm
F. californicum
    2. Plant erect, taller than wide; flower ± 35–60 mm wide; sepals yellow, margins sometimes reddish
subsp. californicum
    2' Plant decumbent, much wider than tall; flower ± 35 mm wide; sepals orange, coppery, or reddish
subsp. decumbens


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