Leaf Shapes List From Lacerate To Lorate




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Botanical name English name Description
L
Lacerate Ragged
L_laceratelm This Refers To the
Leaf margin
The leaf margins appear to be repeatedly sliced with a sharp scissors.

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Laciniate Pointed lobes
L_laciniate This Refers To the
Leaf margin
The leaf margin appear to be slashed into narrow pointed lobes

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Lanceolate Lance-shaped
L_lanceolate This Refers To the
Leaf shape
Tapering from a rounded base toward an apex like a lance.

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Lateral Lateral
L_lateralven This Refers To the
Venation
The veins are arranged away from the midrib of the leaf.

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Ligulate Strap-shaped
L_ligulate This Refers To the
Leaf shape
Having a belt like shape.

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Ligulate Strap Shaped
L_ligulatea This Refers To the
Leaf attachment
The leaves are attached to the stem like a strap.

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Linear Straight
L_linear This Refers To the
Leaf shape
Narrow and elongated with nearly parallel margins.

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Lobed Lobed
L_lobedm This Refers To the
Leaf edges
The leaves have deeply indented margins, but with lobes not entirely separate from each other and does not reach more than halfway to the midrib.

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Lorate Thong
L_lorate This Refers To the
Leaf shape
The leaves are strap shaped like the leaves of Clivia.

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