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Web Based Simplified Dichotomous Key To The Viola of Pennsylvania

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Synopsis: The Violet is Stemmed, Has A Yellow Center,
A Slender Tap-Root And 3 Or More Leaf Notches Per Side.
There are  2 Possible Solutions.
Comparison 5.  A1-B2-E1-F2-G
 
 
Is The Color Of The Flower, Cream-White Or Yellow-Orange To Purple?
 
(G1), Flower is Cream-White  (G2), Flower is Yellow-Orange To Purple 
  
 Or you can bypass the key and go directly to any of the species below
 
(1 Possibility)  (1 Possibility)
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By Gary W. Sherwin
Compiled From A Key By Harvey Ballard
Originally Published In Plants of Pennsylvania
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