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Vol. 12) 186[183]. Plantas arbustivas o trepadoras; hojas compuestas; semillas aladas ........................ CL. Bignoniaceae (vol. 14) – Plantas que no reúnen los anteriores caracteres ................................................. 187 187[186]. Cápsula hasta 3 veces tan larga como ancha ............................................................ CXLiV. p. (vol. 13) – Cápsula más de 3 veces más larga que ancha .. CXLVii. Martyniaceae (vol. 14) 188[178]. Sépalos 2 ...................................................................

P. (vol. 2) – Hojas con un largo ápice espinoso; piezas del perianto con un ala transversal en la fructificación .................................................... Lii. p. (vol. 2) 134[123]. Estambres numerosos; carpelos libres o, a veces, soldados en la base .................... XXXVi. p. (vol. 1) – Estambres 12 o menos; carpelos claramente soldados entre sí, o 1 solo carpelo .. 135 135[134]. Carpelos(7)8-10(12), soldados entre sí, al menos en la base .................................... XLiV.

Vol. 8) – Flores agrupadas en umbelas simples o compuestas, a veces ± compactas ................ CXXiX. p. (vol. 10) 41[37]. Perianto formado por 3 piezas –prácticamente indiferenciables– dispuestas en 1 verticilo, tubular, largo, prolongado hacia un lado en un apéndice laminar lingüiforme ... XXXiii. p. (vol. 1) – Perianto con 6 piezas, dispuestas en 2 verticilos .................................................... 42 42[41]. Estambres 3 .......................................................

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