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Published In: Species Plantarum 1: 200. 1753. (1 May 1753) (Sp. Pl.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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1 Plants without prickles. Flowers in racemes (2)
+ Plants prickly. Flowers solitary Ribes alpestre
2 (1) Flowers unisexual by abortion. Berries orange or red in colour (3)
+ Flowers bisexual. Berries black (6)
3 (2) Stem pubescent and resinous. Leaf lobes obtuse (4)
+ Stem glabrous or sparsely pubescent, not resinous glandular. Leaf lobes acute or acuminate. Ribes glaciale
4 (3) Leaves both dorsally and ventrally covered with sessile or stipitate glands. Flowers dark red or purplish (5)
+ Leaves dorsally covered with glandular and stiff hairs. Flowers greenish or yellowish Ribes orientale
5 (4) Petals spathulate, obtuse. Plants 50-90 cm tall. Ribes heterotrichum
+ Petals suborbicular, slightly acute. Plants 1-2 m tall. Ribes villosum
6 (2) Flowers greenish yellow. Calyx tube 2-5 mm long. (7)
+ Flowers golden yellow. Calyx tube 10-15 mm long Ribes aureum
7 (6) Bracts shorter than the petals. Berries 5 mm in diameter. Plants not fragrant.
+ Bracts longer than the petals. Berries up to 10 mm in diameter. Plants fragrant. Ribes nigrum
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