1. Vittae short, clavate, single between the ribs

(112) Sison - fruit ovate; carpels with five filiform equal ridges.

2. Vittae elongated, linear

(113) Bunium - fruit oblong; carpels with five filiform equal ridges; the interstices with 1-3 vittae.

(114) Sium - fruit ovoid or globose; carpels with five filiform obtuse equal ridges; vittae three or more between the ribs; calyx of five small teeth.

(115) Pimpinella - fruit ovate; carpels with five filiform equal ridges; vittae three or more between the slender ribs; calyx obsolete.

Leaves simple.

(116) Bupleurum - fruit ovate-oblong; carpels with equal winged, or filiform sharp, or obsolete ridges.

§§ Fruit ovate or elliptical, rounded, or slightly compressed dorsally.

Vittae (of the carpels) single between the ribs.

(117) Cenanthe - fruit ovoid-cylindrical, crowned with the long erect styles; carpels corky, with five blunt ridges.

(118) aethusa - fruit shortly ovoid, crowned with the reflexed styles; carpels with five thick acutely-keeled edges.

Vittae (of the carpels) two or more between the ribs.

(a) Seeds without vittae, cohering with the carpels.

(119) Meum - fruit elliptical, terete; carpels with five sharp somewhat winged ridges.

(b) Seeds with many vittae, loose from the carpels.

(120) Crithmum - fruit elliptical, terete; carpels with five sharp elevated slightly-winged ridges.

§§§ Fruit much compressed dorsally. Petals entire.

(721) Pastinaca - fruit with a flat dilated margin; carpels with three slender dorsal ridges, and two distant lateral ones near the edge; vittae linear, solitary.

(122) Heracleum - fruit with margin and ridges as in Pastinaca; vittae short, club-shaped.

(123) Tordylium - fruit with a thickened and wrinkled margin; vittae 1-3 together.

§§§§ Fruit globose, the carpels scarcely separating.

(124) Coriandrum - fruit globose; carpels with the primary ridges obsolete, the four secondary conspicuous, prominent, keeled; interstices without vittae.

‡‡Albumen furrowed, or involute on the inner face. § Fruit short, turgid.

(125) Conium - fruit ovate, laterally compressed; carpels with five prominent wavy or crenate ridges, the lateral marginal; interstices striated; vittae none. (126) Smyrnium - fruit laterally compressed; carpels reniform-oblong, with three dorsal prominent sharp ridges and two lateral marginal nearly obsolete ones; interstices with many vittae.

§§ Fruit oblong.

Fruit with an evident beak; (vittae none.)

(127) Scandix - fruit with a very long beak; carpels with five obtuse ridges.

(128) Anthriscus - fruit with a short beak; carpels without ridges, the beak five-ridged.

Fruit not beaked.

(129) Chserophylliim - fruit not beaked; carpels with five equal obtuse ridges; interstices with single vittae.

(130) Myrrhis - fruit not beaked; carpels covered with a double membrane, the outer with elevated keeled ridges hollow within, the inner close to the seed; vittae none.

††Fruit prickly.

(131) Torilis - fruit slightly laterally compressed; carpels with three dorsal bristly primary ridges, the secondary hidden by the numerous prickles which occupy the interstices.

(132) Daucus - fruit dorsally compressed; carpels with three dorsal bristly primary ridges, the secondary ridges equal, winged, with one row of spines.