chartaceous


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chartaceous

(tʃɑːˈteɪʃəs)
adj
obsolete of the nature of paper; papery
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Adj.1.chartaceous - of or like paper
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Habit Shrubs to 5 m tall (exceptionally to 10 + trees to 40 m tall m tall) Stipule margin laciniate entire Leaf blade membranaceous, margin chartaceous, plane margin revolute Number of lateral 8 to 11 4 to 8 veins on each side Branching, 2-forked, axillary to the 4 to 6-forked, mostly on position and size distalmost leaves, to 1 defoliate branches, to 3.
5-(13) cm, elliptic-lanceolate, cuspidate apically and acute to obtuse basally, 5-nerved, secondary lateral veins 1-2 mm distant chartaceous to coriaceous, entire, with broadly revolute margins, brownish green and glabrous adaxially, pale rusty-brown abaxially; petioles 18-30 (35) mm long and 1.
7 mm, slightly concave, lanceolate, chartaceous, margins glabrous, 2nerved, acute apex; upper glume 2.
Leaf erect-arching, chartaceous, light green, narrowly elliptic, obtuse, oblique and emarginated at apex, 4.
The wings are chartaceous, distally attenuate and crenate, pubescent, with simple subparallel venation oriented transverse to the fruit body and radiating toward the distal margins of the wings.
5 cm, not narrowed at the base, apex rounded to subacute and minutely apiculate, greenish-glaucous with darker green irregular cross-veins mainly by transmitted light, chartaceous, sparsely and inconspicously white-lepidote and covered on both sides by a thin layer of white wax, apical margins not revolute.
6 mm; leaflets 3-7 pairs, chartaceous, adaxial surface strigose, the distal 10-50 x 4-23 mm, the proximal 10-40 x 4-12 mm, elliptic, lanceolate, oblong, ovate and oval-lanceolate, venation craspedodromous, nervures 9-11 pairs, apex acute, acute-mucronate, obtuse, obtuse-mucronate, acuminate and rarely emarginate, base oblique and subcordate, margin revolute, ciliated.
Leaves opposite, strongly anisophyllous in a pair, papyraceous to chartaceous.
8:1 Adaxial surface soon Densely to sparsely subglabrate in most areas stellate pubescent, but apex and base tomentose, or velutinous Coriaceous in age, throughout Chartaceous, castaneous dried olive, red-olive or umber driede FLOWERS Ca.