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Listing 1 - 4 from 4 for slightly reflexed

Adiantaceae [First Draft]
... , pinnae when old easy fallen from joint and stalks persistent, upper pinnae slightly smaller; terminal pinnae flabellate, slightly biger than lower lateral ones. Veins multi-dichomous forked, and reached ... straight and entire; segments subrotund, entire or slightly undulate; basel several pairs of pinnae same shape with mid ones but samller, and slightly reflexed, upper pinnae same shape with mid ...
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Elaphoglossaceae [First Draft]
... .5-3 cm, base cuneate, margin entire, costate and slightly reflexed, acute at apex; midrib obvious, prominent on both surfaces, slightly covered with brown small scales, thinly grooved above, secondary veins ... .2-3.2 cm wide, narrowly cuneate at base, slightly decurrent along the stipe, margin entire or somewhat undulate, costate and slightly reflexed, long acuminate at apex; midrib prominent on both ...
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ACROSTICHACEAE [First Draft]
... very near the costae and the margin; sori exindusiate, or somewhat covered by reflexed pinna margin, numerous trichomes presenting in sori. Two genera and four species, pantropical distribution ... surface, close, anastomosing. Fertile pinnae only on upper portion, like the sterile ones but slightly smaller. Sporangia scattered on whole of abaxial surface; paraphyses capitate, with lobed apical cells ...
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Sinopteridaceae [First Draft]
... connecting vein tips, linear (Onychium, Doryopteris). Indusia present (Notholaena absent), formed by reflexed and somewhat modified leaf margin (false indusia). Spores usually obscurely brown, globose-tetrahedrial ... 5—7 pairs of lanceolate to deltate segments, other pinnules lanceolate or linear, slightly lobed or entire. Veins evident abaxially. False indusia continuous, brown, membranous, margins ...
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