abaxially


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in an abaxial manner

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Petioles, rachises, and costae densely scaly; veins abaxially glandular; penultimate and ultimate segments typically spreading; Costa Rica, Panama, s.
Utilities in Australia have adopted the practice of abaxially bored eucalypt poles to extend their service lives.
8 m long, basally 2-pinnate-pinnatisect, medially 1-pinnate-pinnatisect to 2-pinnate-pinnatifid; lamina rachises pubescent abaxially; basal pinnae 10-20 cm long, inequilateral, the segments adnate; pinna rachises abaxially eglandular, densely pubescent, sparsely scaly (sometimes apparently absent), the hairs 0.
tannuolaicus, include the shorter anterior lobe, being about 60% the length of the posterior lobe, a wider pygidial axis that does not reach the border furrow and the axial ring furrows of the pygidium that are visible abaxially.
Most of the epidermal cells are papillose and are interspersed with few stomata, both adaxially and abaxially (Figs.
behind the palpebral area, ending posteriorly in a ridge-like posterior border, which is also narrow transversely, together with the articulating area which is distinctly pointed up to the prominent fulcrum on the posterior border, from where it curves steeply down abaxially at nearly 90 degrees.
7-5 cm, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote near the apex to glabrescent, green, lustrous mainly abaxially, apex acuminate and apiculate, margins densely and coarsely spinose at the base with spines 2-5 x 1.
Plants terrestrial; rhizomes erect to decumbent; petioles scaly toward the base, with 4-10 vascular bundles, the two adaxial bundles enlarged; laminae 1-pinnate-pinnatifid ranging to 4-pinnate-pinnatifid, catadromic above the basal pinnae; basal pinnae inequilateral and enlarged on the basiscopic side or (less commonly) equilateral; rachises, pinna rachises, and costules not grooved or only shallowly so, scaly and pubescent abaxially, densely pubescent on the adaxial surfaces, the hairs whitish, spreading to antrorsely strigose, multicellular, if glands present, these ca.
5 cm wide, elliptic, coriaceous, adaxially violaceous, abaxially brown, ventricous, conspicuous; blades ca.
Leaves alternate; petiolate, the petioles clasping; blades narrowly lanceolate to elliptic, coriaceous, pinnately veined, margin entire, abaxially buff-tomentose.
0 cm long, equilateral or subequilateral; pinna rachises abaxially eglandular, sparsely pubescent, scaly, the hairs 0.
Leaves laxly spreading in a dense rosette, 50 to 80 in number: leaf sheaths ovate to broadly elliptic, 8-10 x 6-9 cm, castaneous especially adaxially, densely brown punctate-lepidote especially adaxially; leaf blades narrow triangular, attenuate, 25-40 x 2-3 cm, moderately coriaceous, densely punctate-lepidote especially abaxially, grey to grey-green.
Leaves alternate, simple, elliptic to lanceolate, shortly rounded at base, glands numbering from 1-3 placed abaxially near base of lamina, lamina 3-10 cm long and 1-4 cm wide, denticulate margins, penninerved, prominent abaxial reticulate-pinnate venation, developing leaves yellowish abaxially, petiole 0.
Fronds subdimorphic, the fertile 25-40 cm long, with margins strongly repand, the sterile 20-25 cm long, with margins sinuous; petioles abaxially terete, adaxially grooved, 3-5 cm X 1-1.