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(of a leaf shape) having a broad rounded apex and a tapering base

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Herbarium specimens collected on the north-facing slopes of the Tian Shan look very different than Vavilov's type specimen (shorter, with more branches, and broad oblanceolate leaflets).
COMPARISONS: Annularia latifolia possesses shorter, oblanceolate leaves, with maximum width in the upper third; it has a smaller length/breadth ratio than Annularia fertilis.
3 cm long, sericeous; blade asymmetric, oblanceolate to narrow oblong, 8.
6-2 cm; entire; elliptical, oblong, oblanceolate or linear-oblanceolate; rounded-obtuse and slightly mucronate at apex, gradually narrowing towards base; adaxial surface green or greyish, with some subrigid long simple eglandular trichomes and, in some leaves, with few to numerous stellate trichomes (absent in others); abaxial surface whitish, with dense stellate trichomes and some long simple eglandular trichomes thinner than those of the adaxial surface.
Both species are suffrutescent climbers, have a larger leaf that is asymmetrical and oblanceolate of similar size to the leaves of C.
5(-5) cm; leaf blade oblanceolate, glabrous or pubescent only along midvein, margin serrate to serrulate along entire length, ciliate; middle cauline leaves 1-2.
Terete, wings absent 6 Cuticle Striated 7 Trichomes covering Present, conical, unicellular 8 Glandular trichomes Present; stalk unicellular; head multicellular (4-cells) 9 Chlorenchyma Present 10 Collenchyma Present 11 Endodermis Indistinct 12 Pericyclic fibers Present 13 Phloem fibers Present in old stem only 14 Pith Often an angular hollow cells pitted in older stem Leaf structure 1 Phyllotaxy Alternate 2 Shape Linear, lower / Oblanceolate, upper elliptic 3 Size 12-38 x 5-10 mm 4 Apex Obtuse-muronate 5 Surface Hairy Midrib 1 Outline in T.
6-3 cm long; leaflets 5-9 opposite or irregularly arranged, cuneate obovate to narrowly oblanceolate, 0.
side-notched, stemmed, oblanceolate, and lanceolate varieties) (Bacon, 1977; Dixon, 1985).
Lakeside daisy (Tetraneuris herbacea Greene) is an herbaceous, thick-rooted, spring-blooming, polycarpic perennial herb in the family Asteraceae characterized by a short, fibrous-rooted caudex; tufted, oblanceolate, puncate, basal leaves, 1-8 cm long and 2-10 mm wide, and a solitary head terminating a scape up to 25 cm in length (Wunderlin 1971, Gleason and Cronquist 1991).
The plant is about 1 m high with oblanceolate green leaves, dentate at the top and marked with resinous points.
Leaves are narrowly elliptical to oblanceolate and acute and have entire to slightly toothed margins.
However, there are many differences among species in the following characters: rhizome habit (long-creeping or compact, horizontal or ascending); rhizome scales (3-25 mm long; deltate to linear; margins entire, dentate, or ciliate; concolorous or bicolorous; gold to black); blade scales (entire or stellate; round or ovate; gold or black; abundant, scarce, or absent); frond size (10-100 cm); blade base (attenuate, cuneate, or obtuse); blade apex (acuminate, acute, of rounded); and blade shape (elliptic, oblanceolate, oblong, linear-lanceolate, etc.