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This photo shows what the leaves look like and how they are shaped. These types of leaves are called compound-pinnate leaves. Each stem has 5 to 9 leaflets, that have toothed edges and are pointed at the tip.
This picture shows a close up of the thorns that are on the plant. The thorns help identify this plant, when looking for it. Also shown is the brown arching stem. The stems of this plant are smooth, as shown in the picture.
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W -70.231873 °
CEMS School Grounds 2012
Mon, 2012-10-15 08:34
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