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Variations in Foliage

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On the west shoulder of Cerro Cabrillo, the leaflet on the right is the most typical of ten terminal leaflets from a fruitless mature stem, presumably a male plant. The remaining leaflets are from five fruited branches; each is the most typical of ten ordinary leaflets, and from female plants.

 

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