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Key to Sinocarum H. Wolff ex R. H. Shan & F. T. Pu

1a. Bracteole apex usually 2–3-lobed or pinnatifid, rarely entire; calyx teeth conspicuous, ca. 0.5 mm, triangular-lanceolate ........................................................................ 8. S. dolichopodum
1b. Bracteole apex entire; calyx teeth minute or obsolete.
    2a. Petal apex 2–3-lobed or palmately 4–5-lobed (or entire in S. coloratum).
        3a. Stem purple, at least at base; calyx teeth subulate; petal apex usually entire, occasionally 2–3-lobed ...................................................... 6. S. coloratum
        3b. Stem green; calyx teeth obsolete; petal apex palmately 4–5-lobed ........................................................ 7. S. schizopetalum
    2b. Petals always entire.
        4a. Calyx teeth obsolete; bracteoles absent.
            5a. Plants 3–5 cm; basal leaves trifoliolate; rays 2–3 ....................................... 4. S. pauciradiatum
            5b. Plants 40–70 cm; basal leaves 3-pinnate; rays 10–20 ....................................... 5. S. pityophilum
        4b. Calyx teeth minute, subulate; bracteoles present or absent.
            6a. Basal leaves 2-pinnate, petioles pubescent, ultimate segments oblong-ovate, abaxially pubescent; bracteoles 5–8 ............................................................................. 3. S. filicinum
            6b. Basal leaves ternate-1–3-pinnate, petioles glabrous, ultimate segments linear-lanceolate or elongate- linear, glabrous; bracteoles absent.
                7a. Basal leaves ternate-1–2-pinnate, ultimate segments linear-lanceolate or elongate-linear, 3–15 × 1–2 mm; rays 4–7(–10); petals violet or greenish-white .............................. 1. S. cruciatum
                7b. Basal leaves ternate-2–3-pinnate, ultimate segments elongate-linear, 10–30 × 0.5–2 mm; rays 8–15; petals white ..................................................................................................... 2. S. vaginatum

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