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|P. Goubet et al. 2000||N. pocahontas is characterized by two types of pinnules, both of which have a rounded apex with well-marked venation and are asymmetrical. The first type is oblong and tounge shaped with a cordate base. The other type is smaller, rounded, and broadly attached. A large size variation exists within the species. N. pocahontas could be a variety of N. schlehanii, and is similar to N. smithsii.|