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Vegetative Terminology (Part 2)
... spines. Stipular The Spines Of Swollen-Thorn Acacias See The Wayne's Word Article About Acacias Photos and Information About Gum Tragacanth Three species of Acacia with swollen stipular spines ... correctly referred to as stipular spines. See The Wayne's Word Article About Acacias See Stipular Spines Of Swollen-Thorn Acacias Necklace & Seed Doll Made Of Acacia Spines Spines From Involucral Bracts ( ...
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CSSA Newsletters #21
... other sharp protuberances. The Euphorbias spines fall into three groups. The most common spine form looks much like rose thorns. This spine form is referred to as "stipular spines" and come most commonly ... , they are not particularly sharp as are the stipular spines. The third spine form is commonly found on many of the Madagascar species. These spines are not separate entities as are the other ...
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Acacia xanthophloea
... night and also during extreme heat. Stipules (or a stipular scar) are always present and are often modified into thorns or spines as is the case with the fever tree. The genus Acacia is mostly confined to Africa where almost all have stipular spines or recurved thorns. It is ...
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Angiosperm Families - Asclepiadaceae R.Br.
... or whorled (rarely, and rarely spiral); ‘herbaceous’, or fleshy, or membranous, or modified into spines; simple. Lamina entire (often reduced); one-veined, or pinnately veined, or pinnately veined to ... or exstipulate (or reduced to colleters). Stipules with colleters (and colleters usually present in the stipular position). Domatia occurring in the family (in 3 genera); manifested as pits, or hair ...
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Prosopis glandulosa, mesquite
... rough, thick, brown, divided into long narrow strips. Twigs glabrous, brown, with usually paired (stipular) sharp spines at the nodes. Buds very small, no terminal bud. Leaves alternate, drooping, bipinnately compound with ...
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CSSA Newsletters #14
... g.: E. polygona, E. horrida, E. mamillaris) are unisexual. Species from the stipular spined groups (e.g.: E. ingens, E. echinus, E. Knuthii) and ... from the same plant. This is normally the case with the stipular spined species such as E. Groenwaldii and E. ingens. Others, however ... eggs each year in our cholla. They seem to appreciate the spines as good protection for their nests, in spite of the fact ...
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Acacia karroo
... called "spines" and are developed from modified stipules (small, leaf-like scales, seen at the base of the leaf-stalk). In some other thorny acacia species, the thorns are not stipular in ...
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