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At the base of each leaf is a toothed stipule with, usually, a dark spot in the centre.
FIELD AND WOODLAND PLANTSWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
Leaves opposite without stipules (petioles sometimes with stipule-like appendages).
Amphigastrium (plural, amphigastria), a peculiar stipule-like leaf of Liverworts.
Un ministre stipule pour le Roi, mais il travaille et craint pour lui-mme.
At first a sheathing stipule, like a little leafy ruffle, grows at the base of each leaf, but this is shed before midsummer.
TREES WORTH KNOWINGJULIA ELLEN ROGERS
At other times they become united in such a manner as to produce a single notched stipule opposite to the leaf.
VEGETABLE TERATOLOGYMAXWELL T. MASTERS

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