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Only these thornless plants and 2 spiny species on Plate 24 have compound leaves whose leaflets are also compound,

V YELLOW ROOT, Xanthorhiza simpticissima p. 146

Flood plains and wet woods; sw. New York to Florida and

Alabama.

PEPPER VINE,0 Ampelopsis arborea p. 146

Wet woods; e, Maryland, W. Virginia, s, Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma to Florida and Texas,

| CH1NABERRY, Melia ozedarach (not illus.) p. 147

Oriental; planted e, Virginia and se. Oklahoma to Florida and centr. Texas.

4 COFFEE-TREE, Gymnocladus dioica p. 147

fertile woods; centr. New York, s. Ontario, s. Michigan, and se, S. Dakota to Virginia, Tennessee, and w. Oklahoma*

4 ALBIZZIA, Albizzia julibrissin p. 147

Asiatic; escaped to woods and thickets; Maryland and Indiana to Florida and Louisiana.

V PRAIRIE ACACIA p. 148

Acacia angustissima var. hirta (not ill us.)

0 May be either a vine or a shrub.

COFFEE-TREE

ALBIZZIA

low shrub

low shrub

Wood bright yellow ^^ Uof scars nearly encircling twigs

YELLOWROOT

Leaves only rarely twice-compound

PEPPER VINE

Tendrils opposite upper leaves

End buds true

Pith continuous

End buds foFse

Soursop Buds

Buds sunk i

COFFEE-TREE

Leaves always twice and rarely thrice divided

End buds foFse

Leaf scars large

ALBIZZIA

SECTION V

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