pinnatifid


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pinnatifid

(of leaves) having a LAMINA cut into lobes that reach about halfway towards the midrib.
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Rhizomes long, slender, creeping, green; fronds dimorphic, sterile 30-80 cm, long, fertile 20-40 cm long; blades 15-40 cm long, pinnatifid into 12 pairs of oblong segments; sori in segmented segments at end of fertile stalks.
Phyllotrichia foliar, leav es pinnatifid, little or not differentiated 1.
Leaves pubescent to densely tomentose; pinnules pinnatifid to pinnate.
Leaves monomorphic (sterile and fertile leaves similar); leaves pinnate with pinnatifid leaflets; veins mostly free.
0 cm wide with only one or two basal pairs of ultimate segments pinnatifid, the rest being entire.
marginally inserted ovules and a distal pinnatifid, pectinate, or
Stipes and rachis black or purple-black to maroon, shiny; blades 1--2(3)-pinnate, pinnae entire to shallowly or deeply pinnatifid or pinnate; veins mostly free, seldom anastomosing near costae to form one layer of areoles A.
39 and 48, although persistent corollas are found in most Ericeae), stigma flabellate to pinnatifid (char.