Dichotomous Key

A. Flowering Plants

B. White Petals – Plant 2

B. Violet Petals – Plant 3

C. Flowering plant without petals – Plant 4

A. Non-Flowering Plant – Plant 1 (tree with needles)

One comment

  1. Yep, that works! This is one way of separating the plants in a very straightforward way. Often times these key get more complex as the author will have to account for more than just 4 plants, and thus it is often advisable to use more than 1 character per couplet.

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