ovate-elliptic

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  • The ovate-elliptic leaves are basifixed and held closely against the stems.
  • Terminal leaves are ovate-elliptic to lanceolate and are long and wide.
  • Leaves are ovate-elliptic to ovate, long by wide, and are held on robust petioles that are long.
  • The leaves are long and broad, ovate-elliptic, with an acute apex.
  • The small fissure has an ovate-elliptic shape.
  • The silver-grey leaves are ovate-elliptic, sessile and are up to 12 cm long and 8 cm wide.
  • The leaves are long, evergreen, glossy, and citron-like, being ovate elliptic in shape and lemon scented.
  • Its leaves are elliptic to broad-elliptic or ovate-elliptic, bluntly acute.
  • The leaf blade is thin, ovate-elliptic, with entire margins.
  • The leaf blades range from narrowly lanceolate, or lance-shaped, to ovate-elliptic, between egg-shaped and ellipse-shaped.
  • The terminal, ovate-elliptic leaves are 10-12 mm long and 5-10 mm wide.
  • Their alternate leaves are ovate-elliptic, with margins entire or occasionally repand, with acute apices and broadly cuneate to subrounded bases.
  • The ovate-elliptic leaves (up to 60 cm long and 40 cm wide) arise singly from each node of the rhizome.
  • Tepals, which are up to 4 mm long, are ovate-elliptic in females and orbicular to ovate in males.
  • The smooth ovate-elliptic leaves are 12 - 29 cm long and 7.5 - 12 cm wide.
  • Leaflets 5-10 cm long, generally ovate-elliptic as in Erythrina crista-galli and occasionally with a single prickle.
  • The leaf blades are ovate to broadly ovate or ovate-elliptic.
  • The pitcher lid or operculum is ovate-elliptic and measures around 5.2 cm in length by 4 cm in width.
  • Despite these similarities, the species can be recognized by its ovate-elliptic to cordiform leaf shape and more membranaceous leaf texture than the other species in the section, and stem, inflorescence axes, and calyx vestiture mainly composed of glandular hairs.
  • The fruit is a samara, elliptic to ovate-elliptic, 10-13 mm long by 6-8 mm broad.
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