Pelvic-fin depressed, tip of which far for reaching the anal-fin origin, with rays seven; caudal-fin truncated without pinnate
rays, dorsal procurrent rays of which extending quite anterior to its base.
diversifolia is dichotomous while being pinnate
In relation to leaf organization, 62% of the species included in the study had simple leaves, 28% pinnate
leaves and 10% bipinnate leaves.
Gnathobasis with bidentate pars incisiva, three spinules and 1 pinnate
Cocos nucifera (Coconut Palm) is a large palm, growing up to 30 m (98 ft) tall, with pinnate
leaves 4-6 m (13-20 ft) long, and pinnae 60-90 cm long.
They have oblong alternate leaves that measure 4 to 12 cm long and 2 to 6 cm wide with pinnate
veins, lobulated base which constitutes a significant characteristic since its bright green leaves have one side longer than the other and its border is slightly serrated (Gargiullo et al 2008).
Its leaves have the usual rose formation, pinnate
with narrow-toothed leaflets with up to 19 on each leaf.
The scenes form a landscape with palm trees, papyrus, running spirals, and pinnate
bands, arranged in an unusual set of stepped, trapezoidal zones and red-and-white horizontal stripes.
This is accentuated by the tall palm trees that serve as shelter during hot summer months with their pinnate
The branches and pinnate
leaves of the staghorn grow in an upright, spreading manner.
("The whorl of Berberis leaves may be regarded as a pinnate
leaf in which the leaflet internodes of the rachis have been eliminated, thus bringing leaflets, now regarded as simple leaves, into a cluster at the stem node ...
Ours involved being stalked for half an hour by three Pinnate
Spadefish in the Maldives as we navigated the underground gardens of a coral reef, 12m below sea.