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-ladder like veination on leaves
Melastomataceae
-helicopter shaped bracts
Heliconiaceae
-succulent, asymmetrical leaf base
-succulent stem
Begoniaceae
-monocot with reticulate veination
-common ephiphyte
-large heart shaped leaves
Araceae
-thick, waxy leaves
-opposite simple leaves
Clusiaceae
-inter petiole stipules (also look for scar)
Rubiaceae
-swollen cylindrical pulvinus
-#1 biomass in the tropics
Fabaceae
-garbage family
-includes lechero, sangre de drago and yucca
Euphorbiaceae
-conical terminal stipule
-wraps around bud
Moraceae
-rossette
-round base, symmetrical
Bromeliaceae
-rarely rossette, flattened on one side
-pseudobulb
Orchidaceae
-includes cecropia
Urticaceae
-swollen nodes
-stalk inflorescence
-smell when crushed sometimes
Piperaceae
-bi-fed leaves
-shade loving plants
Cyclanthaceae
-flowers with fused corollas
-2 prs of anthers
-compound opposite
-majority are lianas
Bignoniaceae
-monocot
-leaves are arranged on flat plane or whorl
-sheathing petioles
Zingiberaceae
-filaments surrounding its style/stigma
Malvaceae
-palms
Arecaceae
-only hairy corolla flowers
-kissing anthers
Gesneriaceae
-has capitulos flowers
Asteraceae
-grass family
-where segments of stem connects there are hairs
Poaceae
-forked stipule at the base of leaves
-compound
Rosaceae
-borage family
-volacano plants arid, grey
Boragenaceae
-leaves are spines
-segments are stems
Cactaceae
-frakincense and myrrh
-aromatics
-includes "palo santo"
Buseraceae
-Fabaceae subfamily
-bi pinnate compound leaves
Mimosoidae
-Fabaceae subfamily
-even pinnate, NOT nitrogen fixers
Caesalpiniodae
-Fabaceae subfamily
-odd pinnate
-legumes/food crops
Faboidae