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Hypericaceae

Included in Guttiferae in Michigan Flora. The family is easily recognized by the opposite, entire, punctate leaves (translucent dots ± visible when held to the light, resulting from oil-filled cavities); the inflorescence is cymose, with the terminal flower in each cluster developing first.

1. Petals yellow (occasionally flushed with pinkish), the flowers ordinarily opening; stamens more than 9, or not in distinct groups, without alternating glands; capsules not striate.

Hypericum

1. Petals pink to purple, the flowers rarely open; stamens 9, in 3 distinct groups of 3 each, the groups of basally connate stamens alternating with conspicuous glands; capsules, even when immature, prominently striate longitudinally.

Triadenum

Citation:

MICHIGAN FLORA ONLINE. A. A. Reznicek, E. G. Voss, & B. S. Walters. February 2011. University of Michigan. Web. February 1, 2023. https://michiganflora.net/family.aspx?id=Hypericaceae.