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- ten. They have five sepals and five petals, four of them clearer and rhomboid ovate, the fifth elongated, with a warmer yellow and purple spots at the base...
- brittle branches are up to 50 centimeters long. The stems are marked by rhomboid to ovate bumps in a few spiral rows. At the tip of each bump is the areole...
- Pueraria phaseoloides; terminal leaflet broadly ovate to ovate-rhomboid, lateral ones are obliquely broadly ovate, about to 4 to 5 cm long and a little less...
- inches long. Wedge-shaped at base, entire, acute, terminal leaflets rhomboid-ovate. Feather-veined, midrib and primary veins prominent, grooved above,...
- randaiense is a medium-sized deciduous tree. The leaves are alternate, rhomboid-ovate, 10–15 cm long and 5–6 cm broad, and are glabrous above and glaucous...
- groups: Cordatum - juvenile leaves whole, ovate or elliptical; matured leaves, ovoid-elliptical, oblong-ovate or ovate, less often arrow-shaped and slightly...
- true leaves. The evergreen asymmetrical phyllodes have an obliquely ovate-rhomboid to suborbicular shape with a length of 4 to 8 cm (1.6 to 3.1 in) and...
- A most attractive plant when in full flower. Leaves are angular ovate or rhomboid in shape, 3 to 10 mm long. Leaf sti****s are triangular, 1 mm long...
- elliptic to elliptic-ovate and obtuse-rounded. The lateral sepals are obliquely ovate, sub-acute and divergent. Petals are rhomboid, cuneate-clawed, obtuse...
- the plant using the ablative singular or plural, e.g. foliis ovatis 'with ovate leaves'. Glossary of botanical terms Glossary of plant morphology Cladophylls...
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