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Revision of the Genus Barleria (Acanthaceae) in India

Plants armed; leaves spinescent at apex ..... 2 1. Plants unarmed; leaves not spinescent at apex .. 5 2. Bracts spinescent at apex ..... 3 2.

COLUTEA KOMAROVII (FABACEAE), A NEW RECORD FROM NW IRAN

The description of Colutea sect. Armata Browicz is as follows: Shrub spinescent. Leaves with 1 to 2 (3) pairs of leaflets; leaflets minute, usually pubescent on both sides.

Reproductive co-existence among five sympatric single-stemmed ...

was needed regardless of the pain factor involved when working in spinescent vegetation, because hey “it will be worth it”, and it was. Thanks to the Kouga Municipality and the

R ESEARCH I NFORMATION S ERIES ON E COSYSTEMS

spinescent thorns. The leaves are oblong to sub-elliptic winged. The flowers are white, bisexual, solitary or few clustered, growing from the uppermost leaf axils and smooth.

Acacia bynoeana - profile (PDF 285 KB)

Phyllodes rigid, straight or subfalcate, 1-4 cm long, 1-2 cm wide, 3 longitudinal veins prominent, apex pungent pointed; glands absent or one gland at base; pulvinus <2 mm long; stipules more or less spinescent, c. 1 mm long.

A family of 150 genera, 2200 species; widespread in tropical ...

Spinescent shrubs..... 5 4. Unarmed herbs, shrubs or trees..... 6

Chapter Three

... Aschawkah Al misriyah ) ( English : Egyptian thorn) Morphological Description Tree, 2.5-14 m high; bark on trunk tough, fissured blackish grey or brown, powdery and peeling; young branches from almost glabrous to subtomentose; stipules spinescent up to 8 cm long, straight or almost ...

Spiny Peppercress Lepidium aschersonii

The small branches become spinescent with age, and all branches become woodier and spinier in dry conditions (Harris & Smith 2000). The basal leaves are pinnately lobed and fairly fleshy, to 12 cm long; these leaves are usually not persistent.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA'S JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC BOTANY

Branchlets woody, divaricate, sometimes spinescent, commonly with two distinct kinds of leaves within a cluster, some narrow and others broader, rarely with all leaves narrow.

MAMMALIAN SPECIES

nigri-ceps also possesses a black spiny pelage, but is not as spinescent compared to H. s. semispinosus. The underfur takes on a woolly appearance.