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Lepidium pinnatifidum Ledeb. –

Lepidium pinnatifidum Ledeb. may be easily confused with L. apetalum in which also the basal leaves are pinnatipartite, but branches are clustered near the tip, petals are rudimentary or absent and fruit glabrous. 

The plants can also be confused with L. ruderale in which, however, plants are fetid, basal leaves are 2-3 pinnatisect, fruit glabrous, narrowly winged at apex.


 

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