<i>Alphonsea</i> leaves.

2013-02-19T16:42:47Z (GMT) by Gaurav Srivastava Rakesh C. Mehrotra
<p>A. Enlarged portion of the fossil leaf showing primary vein (red arrow), secondary veins (yellow arrows), brochidodromous venation (white arrows), random reticulate tertiary vein (blue arrow) and exmedial tertiary vein (orange arrow). B. Enlarged portion of the modern leaf of <i>A. lutea</i> showing similar primary vein (red arrow), secondary veins (yellow arrows), brochidodromous venation (white arrows), random reticulate tertiary vein (blue arrow), exmedial tertiary vein (orange arrow) and quadrangular areole (pink arrow). C. Enlarged portion of the fossil leaf showing primary vein (white arrow), secondary veins (red arrows) and intersecondary vein (yellow arrow). D. Modern leaf of <i>A. lutea</i> showing similar primary vein (white arrow), secondary vein (red arrows) and intersecondary vein (yellow arrow). E. Enlarged portion of the fossil leaf showing single quadrangular areole (yellow arrow) and free veinlets (red arrow).</p>