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Vascular Plants of California
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Key to Ditaxis

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

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

1' Plant hairy, hairs 2-forked and , occasionally  or glandular

2. Margin of stipulesbracts, and pistillate sepals stalked-glandular; inflorescence axis minutely spreading-hairy ..... D. claryana

2' Margin of stipules, bracts, and pistillate sepals glabrous or faintly glandular, glands not stalked; inflorescence axis appressed-hairy

3. Subshrubstems brittle; pistillate sepals ± = petalsfruit appressed-hairy; style  expanded ..... D. lanceolata

3' Annual or  herb (occasionally woody at base), stems not brittle; pistillate sepals clearly > petals; fruit ± spreading-hairy; style lobes not expanded

4. Seeds angled in ×-section, clearly pitted; leaves , not densely hairy,  to faintly toothed ..... D. neomexicana

4' Seeds round in ×-section, ± striate, not clearly pitted; leaves widely  to , densely hairy, clearly toothed distally ..... D. serrata var. serrata

 

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