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|Stamens in 2 sets (1 long, 1 short) twice the number of the petals. Flowers coming from leaf axils or in terminal clusters with 4-7 petals. Calyx tubular and 4 or 6 toothed. Leaves simple, entire, mostly opposite, and untoothed.|
|Flower Formula: Sepals 4 or 6; Petals 4 or 6||Glossary|
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||1||Multiple flowers in leaf axils. Petals minute usually 4 or 5.||Images Information|
|3||Multiple flowers in leaf axils. Petals conspicuous. Petals usually 4 or 5.||Images Information|
|1||Submersed aquatic.||Images Information|
|3||Flowers conspicuous and regular. Petals usually 6.||Images Information|
||1||Solitary flowers in leaf axils. Petals minute usually 4 or 5.||Images Information|
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