We cannot talk about vernation types not seeing the
midrib as it is presented on the second drawing.
It can as well be a half of a leaf rolled
The third drawing (convolute) is what I thought
about (but I was afraid to say) -
that the term "convolute" may refer only to at
least two objects
like one leaf inside another one or a spadix
wrapped by a spathe.
Anyway in my cord photos, the third type, although
probably not occuring in Araceae
is possible, so it must have a name too.
It's becoming complicated...
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Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2010 9:05
Subject: [Aroid-l] Supervolute vernation.
Finally a photo!]
These drawings are from
William T. Stern's Botanical Latin, 4th edition.
Sorry if I made
understanding this more difficult.
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