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The Cycad Pages
... cm) Number of leaflets Vernation circinnate straight Leaf bases dark, spreading light, appressed Rachis (twist) distinctly spirally twisted not or slightly spirally twisted Petiole: length, cm prickles ... than 10 mm wide 8 Rachis straight -- Ceratozamia norstogii 8* Rachis twisted 9 Petiole and rachis smooth -- Ceratozamia zaragozae 9* Petiole and rachis with numerous stout prickles -- Ceratozamia ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Rachis (color in older leaves) blue green yellowish Rachis (curve) straight, stiff gently curved, somewhat lax recurved, arching stiffly downwards straight with last third sharply recurved incurved, curving stiffly upwards Rachis (twist ... leaflets with 2-3 lobes on most leaflets Insertion angle (pinnae to rachis) deflexed horizontal obtuse (45-80 degrees) acute (less than 45 degrees) Upper margin ...
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Cycad Society SA: Encephalartos cycadifolius
... to 20cm long. The leaf stalk is usually slightly spiraled, giving the leaf a characteristic twist. The leaf stalks, especially the older ones, are yellow to orange in colour. The whole ... broad. The leaflets have smooth, thickened edges and no thorns and are attached to the rachis in the form of a wide V, with no or very little overlapping. The leaflets ...
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Cycad Society SA: Encephalartos inopinus
... which the plant is exposed. The rachis is characteristically yellowish-green, more-or-less straight, but quite often with some upwards curvature and a slight twist towards the apex. In most specimens ... wide. The fairly widely-spaced leaflets bend gracefully down under their own weight from the rachis so as to give a gentle inverted "V" appearance, a characteristic which adds much to ...
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Bulbophyllums, 21 May 97
... group. It's a strange little thing, with the flowers emerging from a flat, thickened rachis. This particular one is tentatively identified as Bulbophyllum porphyrostachya. The pictures are from last year ... remember exactly how big it is! The Cirrhopetalums, according to taxonomists, have the lateral sepals twist once, join, and stay joined to form a flat blade, without tail-like extensions. They ...
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Orchid Glossary - The Flower
... of an insect. Pubescent (pew-BESS-sent) -- A general term referring to hairs on plants. Rachis (RAY-kiss) -- The main stem of an inflorescence. Receptacle (ree-SEP-ta-kul) -- The enlarged ... (TRY-lohbd) -- Having three lobes. Tubular (TEW-bew-lar) -- Having a round cylindrical shape. Twisted (TWIST-ed) -- Having parts that are spriraling or corkscrew-like. Velutinous (vel-LOO-tin-us) -- Having ...
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Heliconia bihai x spathocircinata 'Cinnamon Twist'
... bihai x spathocircinata 'Cinnamon Twist' Heliconia bihai x spathocircinata 'Cinnamon Twist' (Heliconiaceae) 'Cinnamon Twist' is a natural hybrid that blooms year round. Grows well in partial shade to full ... with a dark yellow border, and are arranged in a spiral pattern on the rachis. Home | About Us | Tropical Flowers | Tropical Fruits, Nuts & Spices | Palms | Botanical Garden | Ecotourism Online ...
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Heliconia bihai x spathocircinata 'Orange Cinnamon Twist'
... spathocircinata 'Orange Cinnamon Twist' Heliconia bihai x spathocircinata 'Orange Cinnamon Twist' (Heliconiaceae) 'Orange Cinnamon Twist' is a natural hybrid that is a light orange version of 'Cinnamon Twist'. Grows well ... a light yellow lip, and are arranged in a spiral pattern on the rachis. Home | About Us | Tropical Flowers | Tropical Fruits, Nuts & Spices | Palms | Botanical Garden | Ecotourism ...
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Palms with Potential for South Texas by Robert Riffle and Richard Travis
... green leaflets arising from the rachis (midrib) in clusters and, within each cluster, at different angles from the rachis.The petiole (the lower leaf ... its apex where it is jagged. There is often a slight twist to the leaf as a whole which gives a slight spiraling ... groups and, within each group, grow from different angles from the rachis) and somewhat more diminutive Canary Island date palm, with a ...
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