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1 Detached fruiting carpels less than 2.2 mm long, with a length/width (measured at midpoint) less than 3:1; each carpel appearing 6 pointed (3 basally and 3 distally) when viewed dorsally Triglochin hexagona
1: Detached fruiting carpels greater than 2.4 mm long, with a length/width (measured at midpoint) greater than 3:1; each carpel with basal projections only 2
2 Fruits sessile or pedicel to 0.2 mm long; basal spurs slightly upcurved to strongly inrolled Triglochin sp. Newhaven
2: Longest fruiting pedicels (0.5-)1-10 mm long; basal spurs descending, slightly upcurved or strongly inrolled 3
3 Each fertile carpel (3 per fruit) with 4 spurs (2 upcurved or inrolled and 2 short straight and vertically descending), the descending pair joined by a translucent flap of tissue Triglochin isingiana
3: Each fertile carpel (3 per fruit) with 2 spurs, the length and orientation of the spurs variable ranging from short and obliquely descending to longer and inrolled Triglochin nana