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Geranium dissectum is a hispid annual plant that reaches up to 10-40 cm with erect to ascending, and pubescent stems. Leaves are alternate, 7-18 cm long-petiolate, and densely pubescent; leaf blades are pubescent, palmately lobed into 5-7 divided, linear lobes with minute reddish tip. Flowers are deep pink to purplish with glandular-hairy, awned sepals and arranged in 2-flowered inflorescence. Mericarps are glandular-hairy and villose.


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