MFGS 62 Hollickia quercifolia (Hollick) Krassilov  





Pekul'nei Ridge Eastern Slope



Simple (pinnate appearance); elliptic; round apex; bases round or acute; teeth close, regular, round; sinuses between teeth rounded, some deeply indented; midvein straight, strong, appears fibrous; pectinals and superior secondaries weaker than midvein, usually diverging from midvein at 45° to 65°, curved, some basal veins recurving towards margin; craspedodromous; tertiary veins percurrent, usually convex (16-33, 25-28); fourth order veins orthogonal to random reticulate (16-33); small brochidodromous loops near margins between teeth; petiole (15-24, 22-31).