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Gypsophila

See list of 4 species in this genus

Reference: Pringle (2005).

  • 1a. Pedicels and sepals glandular-puberulent; leaf blades clasping at the base; apical portion of stem glandular-puberulent
  • 1b. Pedicels and sepals not glandular-puberulent [Fig. 560]; leaf blades not clasping 
(basal leaves clasping in G. elegans); apical portion of stems glabrous (sometimes the stems pubescent with eglandular or glandular hairs, but then the hairs usually confined to the 
basal half)

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