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Web Based Simplified Dichotomous Key To The Viola of Pennsylvania

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Synopsis: The Violet is Stemmed and Does NOT Have A Yellow Center.
There are  3 Possible Solutions
Comparison 3.  A1-B1-C
 

     Although they are called Violets, some of them are other colors, such as white or yellow.

 
     Is the predominant color of the flower creamy white or (blue or pale purple)?
 
(C1), Creamy White  (C2), Blue or Pale Purple 
Click Here If The Flower Is Creamy White In Color
  
 Or you can bypass the key and go directly to any of the species below
 
(1 Possibility)  (2 Possibilities) 

By Gary W. Sherwin
Compiled From A Key By Harvey Ballard
Originally Published In Plants of Pennsylvania
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