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Key to Tamala

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1 Lower surfaces of leaves with ascending to spreading, rusty hairs, especially evident along the midrib and principal veins; peduncles 4-7 cm long; leaf blades tending to be larger and more acute; drupe 7-9 mm in diameter
1 Lower surfaces of leaves with appressed hairs, silvery, golden, or blackish (the color depending on age), uniform across the surface and veins; peduncles 1-3 cm long; leaves tending to be smaller and blunter; drupe 8-12 mm in diameter.
..2 Silky pubescence of lower leaf surface moderately dense, tan to golden, sloughing with age; leaf blades mostly 6-16 cm long; drupe 8-10 mm in diameter; [of e. NC south to s. FL, west to TX]
..2 Silky pubescence of lower leaf surface very dense, obscuring the surface, rusty (to blackish with age), persistent; leaf blades mostly 5-8 cm long; drupe 10-12 mm in diameter; [of n. peninsular FL south to s. FL]
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