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Habitat: Cove forests, other moist, fertile forests
Leaves to 1' long, often hairy, twice triple-compound, per Wildflowers of Tennessee (Carman, 2005).
Styles plus stylopodium 0.5-1.5mm long (vs. O. longistylis styles + stylopodium 2.0-3.5mm long, per Weakley's Flora (2022).
Umbellets 3-5(6) per umbel, on rays 2-8(10)cm long; umbel relatively uncrowded, per Weakley's Flora.
Umbels compound with hairy stalks. Flower petals longer than the styles, per Wildflowers of Tennessee (Carman, 2005).
Flowers 4-7(10) per umbellet..., umbel appearing relatively uncrowded, per Weakley's Flora.
Habitat: Moist, fertile forests
Similar to O. claytonii, but anise-scented & styles much longer than petals, per Wildflowers of Tennessee (Carman, 2005).
Larger flowers & more per umbellet, more umbellets per umbel, shorter rays - than O. claytonii, per Weakley's Flora (2023).
Egg-shaped leaflets deeply lobed & toothed. Stem nearly smooth (occ. hairy), per Newcomb's Wildflower Guide (Newcomb, 1977).