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habit
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longevity
annual or biennial
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stature
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erect or ascending; neither prostrate nor scapose
armature
unarmed
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leaves/twigs aromatic when crushed
without marked odor
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Leaves
arrangement/phyllotaxy
basal
alternate
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whorled
fascicled/clustered along stem
blade division
all simple
deeply lobed or divided
some or all fully compound
leaf attachment
sessile or nearly so
leaf stalk (petiole) clearly present
winged petiolate
sheathing
stipules
stipules absent
stipules or their scars present
leaf (leaflet) margin
entire
toothed
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revolute
surface
glabrous
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obviously hairy or scaly
scabrous
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Inflorescence
flowering month
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position
in axils of leaves
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type
solitary
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head/capitate/glomerules
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plant sexuality
monoecious
bisexual flowers
Flower
principal flower color
white or cream
purple
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inconspicuous
corolla (petal) fusion
petals separate
fused, at least toward base
corolla symmetry
regular
bilateral
ovary position
sepals/petals attached above middle of ovary (inferior or partly inferior ovary)
sepals/petals attached below middle of ovary (ovary superior)
ovule placentation
axile
parietal
basal
marginal
Fruit or Cone
fruit consistency at maturity
dry/leathery
fleshy
Stem & Twigs
succulent vs non-succulent
succulent
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