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HEMIONITIDACEAE [First Draft]
... in tropical and subtropical regions; 5 genera in China. 1a. Leaves somewhat dimorphic, simple, ovate or oblong, base cordate or hastate; veins    anastomosing ... This species was usally put into the genus Hemionitis, but it has strongly dimorphic leaves with subulate scales intead of hairs abaxially, differing from Hemionitis species ...
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Sinopteridaceae [First Draft]
... strongly dimorphic, fertile leaves obviously higher than sterile ones; veins free; sori    confined to vein tips...........................................................................................1.Cryptogramma 1b. Leaves monomorphic, if somewhat dimorphic ... siphonostele; scales colorless or brownish, thin. Leaves strongly dimorphic, clustered or rarely scattered; sterile leaves shorter ...
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Sharp-shinned Hawks in Kansas
... tail with a narrow white band at the tip. Adults have red eyes. Sharpshins are strongly dimorphic in size with the females much larger than the males. Distribution: The North American subspecies ...
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Gyrfalcons in Kansas
... : 2.5 - 4.0 pounds Comments: Gyrfalcons are the largest of all falcons. They are strongly dimorphic in size with males weighing about 65% of the females weight. Plumages range from ...
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Angiosperm Families - Commelinaceae R. Br.
... lacking). Pollination autogamous or entomophilous (but without nectar); mechanism conspicuously specialized (with dimorphic stamens comprising concolourous fertilizing members, and specialised, bright yellow ‘food stamens’ ... detail: Aneilema (Thonner). This description is offered for casual browsing only. We strongly advise against extracting comparative information from it. This is much more ...
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Angiosperm Families - Cruciferae Juss.
... 2 whorled (generally, supposedly — usually obviously so in bud); polysepalous; regular; members sometimes dimorphic, with the lateral (inner) pair often basally saccate for nectar storage; decussate. Corolla ... 1597 — Capsella bursa-pastoris) This description is offered for casual browsing only. We strongly advise against extracting comparative information from it. This is much more easily achieved ...
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Key to Native and Naturalized Genera of Ingeae
... ...................Havardia 13. All capitula arising from brachyblasts. 14. Pod leathery, strongly recurved; petiolar nectaries interpinnal.........Painteria 14. Pod stiffly papery, straight; ... lvs, the individual peduncles not subtended by a lf; flowers dimorphic.................... ....................................Blanchetiodendron 22. Capitula either solitary or fasciculate, either in coeval ...
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MBG: Research: Mesoamerica: Chrysochlamys
... from the intersecondaries; leaves usually dark, reddish brown to tan-drying. 13 Fruits strongly alate; leaves narrowly elliptic, often falcate, coriaceous, the apex gradually acuminate, the resin ... quite different and poorly known species. It has very short petioles and the dimorphic stamens of section Heterandra "externa fertilia, libera, interna sterilia in corpus centrale concreta" (Planchon ...
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Rhipsalis ewaldiana
... Botanical Gardens web site. Opens in new window. Three photos by Luc Scherens. Plant - stems dimorphic, the primary axes up to 600 x 4-5 mm, of indeterminate growth, 4-angled ... be mistaken for R. teres f. prismatica, but its stems are stouter and much more strongly angular. Its peculiar habit is matched only in R. mesembryanthemoides, which is much smaller in ...
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San Diego Fern Society Fern Catalog
... Weeping Spleenwort. Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands. This delightful fern is renowned for its strongly weeping and delicately lobed fronds. Epiphytic by nature it makes an excellent basket fern ... Fern. India, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan. A small creeping epiphyte with small, thick, shiny, simple dimorphic fronds. The sterile fronds, from which it gets it common name, are rounded and ...
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