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..2 Leaves narrowly oblanceolate, with margins widening from base to a point well beyond the midpoint of the leaf’s length; tepal margins strongly crisped-undulate; tepal nectary glands whitish to pale green when fresh, blending in (when fresh) with the nonglandular portion of the tepal blade; tepal claw ca. ½ as long as the tepal blade; [of mesic to dry forests]
..2 Leaves (the larger, basal) linear, with margins parallel for most of the leaf’s length; tepal margins entire and planar or nearly so; tepal nectary glands yellow, obviously contrasting (when fresh) from the nonglandular portion of the tepal blade; tepal claw < 1/3 as long as the tepal blade; [of seepy or saturated wetlands]
....3 Tepals 4-7 mm long, pale to olive green; ovaries glabrous; leaves 4.5-14 cm wide; [Appalachian, from c. KY, c. TN, and n. AL eastwards and northwards]
....3 Tepals 6-9 mm long, dark maroon (rarely green); ovaries densely pubescent; leaves 3-10 cm wide; [mainly midwestern, from w. OH, c. KY, e. TN, sw. NC, w. SC, c. GA, and Panhandle FL westwards]