Basal leaves pinnatisect to coarsely toothed, petiolate; stem leaves reducing to sessile.
Flowers in racemes. Sepals erect to spreading, dimorphic. Glands usually obsolete. Style to 1–2 mm long.
Siliqua spindle-shaped, hairy, dehiscent, valves with one midvein; seeds in 2 rows, mucilaginous when wet.
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|1||Petals 4–8 mm long; pedicels slender, at least some more than 7 mm long||2|
|Petals usually 2–4 mm long; pedicels stout, less than 7 mm long||Harmsiodoxa brevipes|
|2||Siliqua with hairs towards apex longer than hairs at basal end, apical hairs simple and branched||Harmsiodoxa blennodioides|
|Siliqua with hairs more or less same length all over, the hairs towards apex branched|
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