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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 RESEDA

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

  1. Sepals and petals 4; leaf entire
R. luteola
  1' Sepals and petals 5–6; leaf entire or lobed
 
    2. Leaf pinnately lobed, lobes 4–11 per side; petals alike, ± equally 3-lobed; fruit 4-parted, with persistent filaments
R. alba
    2' Leaf entire or ternately or pinnately lobed, lobes 0–3 per side; petals unlike, entire to unequally 6-lobed; fruit 3-parted, without persistent filaments
 
      3. Leaf entire to ternately lobed, lobe 0–1 per side; bracts persistent in fruit; pedicel 4–12 mm; stamens 20–25; seed rough, 2–2.2 mm
R. odorata
      3' Leaf pinnately lobed, lobes 1–3 per side; bracts not persistent in fruit; pedicel 2–4.5 mm; stamens 14–17; seed smooth, 1.5–1.7 mm
R. lutea


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