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Uvularia

See list of 3 species in this genus
  • 1a. Leaf blades sessile, minutely papillose-denticulate; stems angled in cross-section distally; rhizomes elongate, 10–15 cm long, bearing scattered fibrous roots; stolons present
  • 1b. Leaf blades perfoliate [Fig. 64], entire; stems terete in cross-section; rhizomes short, 
ca. 1 cm long, bearing clustered fleshy roots; stolons absent
    • 2a. Tepals with large, orange papillae on the adaxial surface [Fig. 64]; leaf blades glabrous on the abaxial surface; stems with (2–) 3 or 4 leaves below the lowest branch; each lobe of the capsule tipped by 2 attenuate beaks
    • 2b. Tepals smooth on the adaxial surface; leaf blades usually pubescent abaxially on the veins; stems usually with a single leaf below the lowest branch; each lobe of the capsule tipped by 2 truncate beaks

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