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Magnoliopsida - Myrtales - Myrtaceae
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|Engelhardt 1891||Leaves simple, elliptic, obovate or oblong. Margins entire. Venation pinnate, brochidodromous or acrodromous with intramarginal veins. Scarce secondary veins (less than 12) regularly or irregularly spaced, unbranched; intersecondary veins compound or simple, admedially branched; tertiary veins admedially branched. Marginal ultimate venation looped (areolate). Vein thickness among different orders of venation easily recognizable.|