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The LMEB has more macrophylls, and more compound and entire leaved species than the other two forests.
% Leaf size ** Macrophyll 14 10.14 0 0 Mesophyll 81 58.70 30 56.60 Microphyll 41 29.71 23 43.40 Nanophyll 2 1.45 0 0 Leaf type Compound.
Using Raunkiaer's scale for the classification of leaf size, leptophylls are leaves have a surface area less than 0.04 sq in (25 sq mm) (the term is also used for the plants that bear them); nanophylls are leaves between 0.04 and 0.4 sq in (26 and 225 sq mm); microphylls are leaves between 0.4 and 28 sq in (226 and 18,225 sq mm); macrophylls are from 28 and 254 sq in (18,226 and 164,025 sq mm); and megaphylls are leaves that have a surface area greater than 254 sq in (164,026 sq mm).