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Key to Johnstonella

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

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1. Nutlet margins generally rounded, occasionally ± sharp-angled but not knife-like or ± flat-narrow-rimmed ..... J. angustifolia

1' Nutlet margins sharply angled, knife-like, narrowly winged, or ± flat-narrow-rimmed

2. Nutlets similar (slightly dissimilar), nutlets similar in strength of attachment

3. Stems short-branched throughout; bracts at base of flowers, , long-acuminate, often deciduous 0–0.5 mm in fruitcalyx oblong-ovoid, 4–6 mm in fruit, nutlets 1.2–1.8(–2) mm, margins sharp-angled or generally ± flat-narrow-rimmed..... J. costata

3' Central stem axis prominent; bracts only at base of inflorescence units,  to narrowly ; pedicels 1–1.5 mm in fruit; calyx spheric, 2.5–3.5 mm in fruit; nutlets (1.5–)1.8–2.5 mm, margins narrowly winged ..... J. holoptera

2' Nutlets dissimilar, largest more firmly attached and persistent than similar three

4. Pedicels 1–4(6) mm in fruit, ± loosely  ..... J. racemosa

4' Pedicels <= 0.5–1.5 mm in fruit, generally 

5. Stems canescent-strigose; calyx in fruit ± 2–2.5 mm, larger, persistent nutlet 0.9–1.2 mm ..... J. angelica

5' Stems  and spreading-sharp-bristly; calyx in fruit 2.5–4.0 mm, larger, persistent nutlet 1.4–1.7 mm ..... J. inaequata

 

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