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Aconitum

See list of 2 species in this genus
  • 1a. Leaf blades compound or lobed with very deep sinuses, usually with less than 2 (–4) mm of tissue from the base of the sinus to the base of the blade, the central leaflet or lobe lobed again with sinuses extending more than ½ the distance to the midrib of the lobe; stems erect; seeds winged on the angles and rugose on the faces, but without thin plates and ridge segments
  • 1b. Leaf blades lobed with moderately deep sinuses, usually with more than 2 mm of tissue from the base of the sinus to the base of the blade, the central lobe toothed or lobed with sinuses extending less than ½ the distance to the midrib of the lobe; stems erect, reclining, or climbing; seeds ornamented with thin plates and ridge segments

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