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The Cycad Pages
... species. Basal offsets ("suckers") produced by most species, aerial branching uncommon. Leaves: pinnate, spirally arranged, interspersed with cataphylls, lower leaflets often ... Basal leaflets reduced to spines not reduced Leaflet - shape straight falcate Leaflet-to-rachis angle 90 45 Leaflet - margins flat recurved Leaflet - margins smooth spinescent Leaflet - width (cm) Dichotomous key 1 Leaflets ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

The Cycad Pages
... leaf bases. Basal offsets ("suckers") produced by most species, aerial branching uncommon. Leaves: pinnate, spirally arranged, interspersed with cataphylls, lower leaflets often ... Basal leaflets not reducing to spines reducing to spines Leaflet overlap overlapping downwards not overlapping overlapping upwards Leaflets (Lobes on bottom side) not lobed with 1-2 lobes on upper and median leaflets ...
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Bignonia capreolata, crossvine
... leaflet of a trifoliate compound leaf. Leaves pinnately compound, reduced to two basal leaflets and a branched tendril between them. Leaflets glabrous, oblong-lanceolate, acute, 6-15 cm (2.4-6 in) long ...
www.biosurvey.ou.edu


... was characterized by round-lobed leaflets exhibiting conspicuous stalk-like attachments to the main stem. The lower basal leaflets are usually more lobate and well-developed. The leaflets of Eusphenopteris never have toothed margins ...
www.clearlight.com

Cycad Society SA: Encephalartos dolomiticus
... opposing leaflets set at an angle of about 90 to each other. The basal leaflets do not overlap, but the median and apical leaflets overlap so that the upper margins of the lower leaflets cover the lower margins of the leaflets in the direction of ...
www.cycadsociety.org

Cycad Society SA: Encephalartos hirsutus
... leaflets are directed towards the apex of the leaf at an angle of about 40 to each other. The upper margins overlap with the lower margins of the adjoining leaflets. The basal leaflets are gradually reduced in size but not to a series of spines. The median leaflets ...
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Bitternut Hickory
... Hickory Leaf Characteristics broad, flat compound pinnately compound margins toothed 3 end leaflets usually distinctly larger than basal leaflets 7 to 11 leaflets underside may be somewhat downy Fruit Characteristics other fruit (not cone ...
www.oplin.org

Pignut Hickory
... Leaf Characteristics broad, flat leaves compound leaves pinnately compound margins toothed 3 end leaflets smaller than basal leaflets 5-7 leaflets small leaflets Fruit Characteristics other fruit (not cone, winged, acorn, or in pod or ...
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Plants For A Future - Alternative Edible Leaves
... UK Orginizations About Us The Book Membership Cornwall Site Devon Site Other Leaflets Mailing list Yahoo List Help keep this site running by making ... plants have a tap root and do not spread. They form a basal rosette of leaves in the winter and can be harvested in ... a dandelion, this plant grows about 30cm tall and wide, forming a basal rosette of leaves. It is easily grown in any moderately fertile ...
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Winter Salads - Plants For A Future
... Orginizations About Us The Book Membership Cornwall Site Devon Site Other Leaflets Mailing list Yahoo List Help keep this site running by making ... metres tall and flowers in late summer. The plant keeps a basal rosette of leaves all winter and, although only growing slowly, ... down in the winter or to only produce a very small basal rosette. It is important to choose the correct cultivars - 'Sugar Loaf ...
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