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Camelina

See list of 2 species in this genus
  • 1a. Plants rough-pubescent with simple hairs 1–2.5 mm long that exceed the length of the branched hairs; silicle body (i.e., excluding the beak and the short, stipe-like base) (2.5–) 3.5–5 (–6) ×2–4 (–5) mm; fruiting pedicels 4–14 (–17) mm long; seeds 0.8–1.4 (–1.5) mm long
  • 1b. Plants often ± glabrate, when pubescent the simple hairs not exceeding the length of the branched hairs; silicle body (5.5–) 7–9 × (4.5–) 6–7 mm; fruiting pedicels 10–25 (–30) mm long; seeds (1.5–) 1.7–3 mm long

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