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Lophanthera longifolia. a. Flowering branch. b. Node to show stipules. c, Enlargement of abaxial surface of lamina to show glands. d. Base of lamina (abaxial view) and distal portion of petiole, to show glands. e. Cincinnus with one old flower, one well-developed flower bud, and one embryonic flower bud. f. Keeled lateral petal. g. Posterior petal, flattened. h. Minutely denticulate margin of posterior petal. i. Anthers, adaxial view (left) and abaxial view (right). j. Gynoecium. k. Distal portion of style. l. Intact fruit. m. Detached cocci, lateral view (left) and adaxial view (right). n. Coccus laid open, with proximal chamber filled with aerenchyma and distal chamber containing seed. o. Embryo. Scale bar equivalents: a, 4 cm; b, 1.3 cm; c–e, 8 mm; f, g, 4 mm; h, 0.8 mm; i, j, 2.7 mm; k, 0.4 mm; l–n, 8 mm; o, 4 mm. Based on: a, b, d, Maguire et al. 36604, MICH; c, Prance 30113, MICH; e, Liesner 9002, MICH; f–k, Level L-25, MICH; l–o, Henderson & Guedes 1600, MICH. Drawn by Karin Douthit. © University of Michigan Herbarium.
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