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Errors: Singleton leads (1) Dead ends (1) Loops (1) Orphan couplets (2)
Warnings: Reticulations (3) Polytomies (3) Will not key out (2)
1 Lianes or scandent shrubs 2
1 Non-scandent shrubs or trees 8
2 Climbing by recurved thorns; fruit a drupe 3
2 Without recurved thorns; fruit drupaceous or dry 4
3 Thorns stipular; leaves obliquely obtuse, triplinerved Ziziphus
3 Thorns ramal; leaves symmetrically cuneate, penninerved Sageretia
4 Leaves ovate-cordate 5
4 Leaves ovate to elliptic, cuneate 6
5 Fruit a 3-winged schizocarp; leaves and stems pubescent Gouania
5 Fruit a globular capsule; leaves and stems almost glabrous Colubrina
6 Style flattened, accrescent, sparsely to densely pubescent; fruit a samara Ventilago
6 Style terete, not accrescent, glabrous; fruit a drupe 7
7 Carpels 2; drupe narrow-ellipsoid Rhamnella
8 Leaves (or cladodes) opposite 9
8 Leaves alternate 10
9 Spiny, often leafless shrub; flowers in axillary clusters; bracts small Discaria
9 Leafy shrub; flowers in pendent, terminal heads surrounded by an involucre of large coloured bracts Siegfriedia
10 Leaves more than 30 mm long, glabrous or almost so beneath or, if hairy, then fruit a drupe 11
10 Leaves usually less than 30 mm long, if longer then densely simple-or stellate-pubescent at least below; fruit a capsule 17
11 Leaves triplinerved, oblique Ziziphus
11 Leaves penninerved, symmetric 12
12 Leaves linear to narrowly ovate; fruit a samara 23
12 Leaves ovate to elliptic; fruit a capsule or drupe 13
13 Disc margin pilose with long, flexuose hairs; fruits borne on fleshy, thickened infructescence axes Hovenia
13 Disc glabrous; infructescence axes not thickened 14
14 Rainforest trees 15
14 Temperate introduced shrubs 16
15 Disc lining the hypanthium; seed red to orange, persistent on the pedicel after the capsule walls have fallen away Emmenosperma
15 Disc a narrow rim around the ovary; seed pale grey, not persistent on the pedicel 30
16 Flowers monoecious, in short, stout, axillary racemes Rhamnus
16 Flowers bisexual, in open cymose panicles Noltea
16 Flowers trisexual, in vases Neonoltea
17 Flowers without a tube; sepals wide-spreading at anthesis 18
17 Flowers with a distinct (though sometimes very short) tube; if apparently without a tube then sepals incurved to erect at anthesis 21
18 Disc prominent, smooth, filling the hypanthium 19
18 Disc obscure or, if prominent, then not entirely filling the hypanthium 20
19 Trees, non-spinescent; leaves more than 50 mm long Alphitonia
19 Low, spinescent shrub; leaves less than 15 mm long Granitites
20 Pyrenes indehiscent; stamens incurved, enclosed at first by the hooded petals Trymalium
20 Pyrenes dehiscent (usually by a window on the inner face); stamens +/-straight, not hooded by the petals Pomaderris
21 Disc hairy Cryptandra
21 Disc glabrous 22
22 Flowers in dense heads subtended by broad, persistent, prominent bracts, often with whitish floral leaves 23
22 Flowers not in dense heads; bracts small, persistent or scarious; floral leaves absent 24
23 Disc prominent, at the summit of the hypanthium tube, indented adjacent to the stamens; pyrenes indehiscent, usually thin-walled Spyridium
23 Disc often obscure, lining the hypanthium tube and confluent with the staminal filaments; pyrenes dehiscent Stenanthemum
24 Flowers long-pedicellate, quite glabrous 25
25 Style distinctly papillose in middle portion Papistylus
25 Style not distinctly papillose in middle portion Blackallia
24 Flowers short-pedicellate or sessile, pubescent or pilose 26
26 Disc at the summit of the hypanthium tube; pyrenes indehiscent, usually thin-walled Spyridium
26 Disc forming a ring around the ovary at the base of the hypanthium tube; pyrenes dehiscent 8
27 Flowers and leaves densely stellate-hairy Polianthion
27 Flowers and leaves simple-pubescent or pilose Serichonus