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Adv.1.adaxially - in an adaxial manner
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4 mm, reddish to brown, margin laciniate, prematurely deciduous; petiole 4-8 mm long, shallowly canaliculate, purplish red adaxially, green abaxially, with a ringlike articulation near its base; leaf blade elliptic to narrowly elliptic, 8-10 x 2.
Rhizomes slim, long creeping, green; rhizome scales ovate-apiculate (to long caudate), not comose (with exceptions), bicolorous; leaves distant, with stipes (and rachis) green, blade lanceolate to linear-lanceolate, pinnate, gradually tapering towards the apex, pinnae with (1-)2-3 pairs of lobo-crena-te segments; indument scales scattered on both surfaces, adaxially more sparsely, orbicular to ovate-apiculate or long caudate, center obscure brown to black, margin pale brown, fmbriate at base, margins dentate; sori not known.
Figure 2D), but it is abaxially projected in species of Chusquea (Figures 2A, B) and adaxially projected in Padoriolyra micrantha (Figure 2C; Table 2).
M1 separated from M2 by a distinct furrow slightly inclined anteriorly, then strongly curved forward adaxially.
Surface is smooth adaxially and abaxially, and mostly VBs are small.
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.
5 cm long, pilose (10-12 celled trichomes); blade asymmetrical, oblong, 1921 X 8-10 cm, base oblique, shorter side acute, longer side rounded, apex acute, margin dentate, adaxially green, densely reddish pubescent (4-7 celled trichomes), veins obscure; abaxially green, sparsely reddish villous (7-11 celled trichomes), 11-12 veins on the larger side of the blade; smaller leaf petiolate, petioles 1-1.
3m, n), each subtending an ovuliferous scale consistently bearing two adaxially placed ovules, their micropyles directed toward the cone axis.
Petiole adaxially grooved, 8-18 mm long, glabrous to lightly puberulent, petiolar glands absent.
8:1; apices commonly retuse, sometimes rounded; crenate-dentate; leaves when yet unfolded adaxially subglabrous, with minute glandular hairs throughout, pubescent and tomentose over teeth, and puberulent here and there on surface, pubescent from a few teeth apices, tufted on midvein and some secondary veins, when newly unfolded adaxially subglabrate except at apex and base; abaxially pubescent (rays planar), golden-tomentellous, later glabrate, glabrescent, gray trichomes, with primary to fifth order veins raised; white striae (wax?
5-10 cm, inconspicuously lepidote, green toward the apex, strongly coriaceous; blades narrowly subtriangular-lanceolate, not narrowed at the base, 15-24 x 5-6 cm, green, inconspicously and sparsely white-lepidote mainly adaxially to glabrous, nerved, suberect with recurved apex, apex acuminate.