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leaflets not articulated

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The Cycad Pages
... the Stangeriaceae, or in the Zamiaceae. Distinguishing characters: Leaves bipinnate Leaflets lacking a midrib Leaflets not articulated Sporophylls in vertical rows in cones Key to the species. Click ... , horizontal ptyxis involute. Leaflets with circinate ptyxis and often a true terminal leaflet, lower leaflets not reduced to spines. Petioles lacking spines or prickles. Leaflets flat, lacking a ...
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The Cycad Pages
... or substrates. Distinguishing characters: Leaves pinnate or rarely bipinnate Leaflets midrib, lacking secondary veins Leaflets not articulated Megasporophylls not gathered in cones Select a species, or go to the ... flushes interspersed with cataphylls, lower leaflets often reduced to spines. Longitudinal ptyxis erect or rarely reflexed, horizontal ptyxis circinate. Leaflets with a single thick midrib ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Zamiaceae; Mexico, Honduras & Nicaragua Distinguishing characters: Leaves pinnate Leaflets lacking a midrib Leaflets not articulated Sporophylls not in vertical rows in cones Megasporophyll apices broadly ... horizontal ptyxis erect. Leaflets simple, frequently with spiny margins, with numerous bifurcating parallel veins and no distinct midrib, leaflets broad-based, not articulated, inserted ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Lepidozamia. Zamiaceae; 62 species, Africa. Distinguishing characters: Leaves pinnate Leaflets lacking a midrib Leaflets not articulated Sporophylls not in vertical rows in cones Megasporophyll apices faceted ... ptyxis erect. Leaflets simple, frequently with spiny, dentate or lobed margins, with numerous bifurcating parallel veins and no distinct midrib, leaflets not articulated, inserted near ...
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The Cycad Pages
... peroffskyana Distinguishing characters: Leaves pinnate Leaflets lacking a midrib leaflets not articulated Leaflets inserted along upper midline of rachis Sporophylls not in vertical rows in ... leaflets not reduced to spines. Petiole spine-free. Rachis not twisted. Longitudinal ptyxis erect, horizontal ptyxis erect. Leaflets simple, with numerous parallel veins and no distinct midrib, leaflets ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Lepidozamia and Cycas) Distinguishing characters: Leaves pinnate Leaflets lacking a midrib Leaflets with a coloured basal callus leaflets not articulated Sporophylls not in vertical rows in cones Megasporophyll ... - twist not twisted slightly twisted strongly twisted Rachis - curve straight recurved reflexed Petiole - length (cm) Spines on petiole Absent Present Basal leaflets Gradually reducing Not ...
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The Cycad Pages
... , Southern Africa: Stangeria eriopus Distinguishing characters: Leaves pinnate Leaflets with a midrib and lateral veins Leaflets not articulated Sporophylls in vertical rows in cones Description: Habit: ... horizontal ptyxis involute. Leaflets with circinate ptyxis and often a true terminal leaflet, lower leaflets not reduced to spines. Petioles lacking spines or prickles. Leaflets flat, penniveined, ...
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The Cycad Pages
... leaflets not reduced to spines. Petioles often with prickles. Longitudinal ptyxis erect, horizontal ptyxis erect. Leaflets simple, entire, with numerous bifurcating parallel veins and no distinct midrib, leaflets articulated ...
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The Cycad Pages
... : Leaves pinnate Leaflets with midrib and parallel longitudinal secondary veins Leaflets articulated Megasporophyll apices faceted or flattened, not spinose Sporophylls ... leaflets not reduced to spines. Petioles with prickles. Longitudinal ptyxis erect, horizontal ptyxis erect. Leaflets simple, with dentate margins, with numerous bifurcating parallel veins and a distinct midrib, leaflets articulated ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Zamiaceae. Endemic in Cuba. Distinguishing characters: Leaves pinnate Leaflets lacking a midrib Leaflets articulated Sporophylls in vertical rows in cones Megasporophyll apices ... leaflets not reduced to spines. Petioles lacking prickles. Longitudinal ptyxis erect, horizontal ptyxis erect. Leaflets simple, entire, with numerous bifurcating parallel veins and no distinct midrib, leaflets articulated ...
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