Broadleaved Plants with Opposite Simple Leaves

Small Tree Oval Leaves Parallel Veins

(Key, pages 66-67 text, pages 66-98) and buds opposite (useful in winter) Phough more numerous than those of Section II, the plants with opposite simple leaves are still so few as to be rather easily identified. In winter, of course, plants with opposite leaf scars may be members of either Section II or III and the drawings in both Sections must be reviewed- Care should be taken that the leaves or leaf scars on the stubby, scar-crowded spur branches of some alternate-leaved plants are not...

Alternate Compound Leaves

Alternate Compound Leaves

Key, pages 122-123 text, pages 122-148 If the leaflets are also compound W then the leaves are u twice-compound -Leaf scars and buds alternate useful in winter Relai elv few plants have compound leaves. Those with opposite U v rr were presented in Section II Plate , 7 Ily. r gt mainder are in this Section, In winter, the alternate leaf scars may sometimes indicate bv their large size the former presence of compound leaves. In case of doubt, however, the twigs of a leafless unknown plant with...