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Thanks yet again. Can I ask about 'pinnately lobed'? I understand that a pinnate leaf is a compound leaf where the pairs of leaflets are arranged in rows ('feather-like'), but where does the 'lobed' fit in? Is it simply that the leaves themselves are both pinnately arranged AND lobed? I hope that you don't mind my asking, but if I don't ask I'll never know!
... water cress has pinnate leaves. Sorry.
Pinnately lobed refers to leaves such as oak and dandelion leaves. Palmately lobed refets to leaves such as sycamore, Norway Maple, plane and sweet gum. Ternately lobed refers to leaves such as field maple or guelder rose.
Thanks very much for this clarification. It foes make things much easier.
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