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Streptopus

See list of 2 species in this genus

Reference: Fassett (1935).

  • 1a. Leaves sessile, but not clasping, with usually 30–50 marginal cilia per cm; nodes of the stem pubescent; tepals pink, with darker red stripes, outcurved to recurved near the apex (if at all); anthers ca. 2 mm long, 2-pointed at the apex; stigma 3-lobed; pedicels usually pubescent; berry subglobose
  • 1b. Leaves cordate-clasping, with usually 0–6 marginal cilia per cm; nodes of the stem glabrous; tepals green-yellow, outcurved or recurved from near the middle; anthers 3–3.5 mm long, with a single point at the apex; stigma unlobed; pedicels glabrous; berry ellipsoid

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