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See list of 2 species in this genus

The genus Sida has been shown to be polyphyletic (Aguilar et al. 2003). Specifically, 
 S. hermaphrodita does not belong to the core of Sida and needs to be transferred to a 
new genus.

  • 1a. Leaf blades ovate to orbicular, 3- to 7-lobed with deep sinuses; petals white; calyx terete at the base; gynoecium with usually 10 carpels; plants 10–20 (–40) dm tall
  • 1b. Leaf blades narrow-ovate to oblong or elliptic, unlobed; petals yellow; calyx angled at the base; gynoecium with 5 carpels; plants 2–6 (–10) dm tall

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