Atlas of leaf venation and oil gland patterns in the by Ian Brooker; Dean Nicholle

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Eximia which is endemic to the central coast of New South Wales. Adult leaves usually concolorous (weakly discolorous in C. leptoloma), dull to glossy, green to bluegreen; intramarginal veins very close to leaf edge; •—„ƒ”‰‹ƒŽœ‘‡™‹–Š‘‡‘”–™‘Ž‹‡•‘ˆƒ”‡‘Ž‡•Ǣ secondary veins widely to very widely-angled, pinnation dense; tertiary venation dense to very dense; with numerous (one per areole but in not all areoles) to extremely numerous (one per areole), small, island oil glands. 23 mm Visible oil gland frequency 1700 cm-2 ϭŵŵ Ϯ͘ϱŵŵ C.

A. 00 mm Visible oil gland frequency 160 cm-2 ϱŵŵ E. ebbanoensis subsp. photina (glossy-leaved sandplain mallee). A. indd 46 29/03/13 12:54 PM 47 ƵĐĂůLJƉƚƵƐƐƵďŐĞŶƵƐƵĚĞƐŵŝĂ ^ĞĐƟŽŶZĞƟĐƵůĂƚĂĞƐĞƌŝĞƐ^ĐƵƚĞůůŝĨŽƌŵĞƐ A monotypic series, scattered in northern New South Wales and southern Queensland. Adult leaves strongly discolorous, glossy and dark green above, paler below; intramarginal veins moderately-distanced to close to leaf edge; secondary veins widely-angled; tertiary venation moderate to dense; with numerous to very numerous, round, island oil glands.

Latoangulatae is distributed in eastern Australia and also in New —‹‡ƒǡ‹‘”ƒ†ƒ†Œƒ…‡–‹•Žƒ†•Ǥ‘–Š•‡…–‹‘• share similar ecology and morphology, including leaf venation and oil gland patterns, and include important tall forest species such as E. diversicolor, E. grandis, E. saligna and E. urophylla. The strongly discolorous leaves and the usually widely-angled and closely-spaced secondary veins (pinnation) in sections Inclusae and Latoangulatae are distinctive and reminiscent of the adult leaves of Angophora and Corymbia, although this similarity is almost certainly a result of convergent evolution.

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