Leaves simple (or 1-foliolate) in predominantly compound families or genera

The following is a list of native or naturalised species which, at least some of the time, possess this spot-character.

The specific families which have species with mainly compound leaves but with a few with simple leaves, are:

  1. Anacardiaceae
  2. Caesalpiniaceae
  3. Capparaceae
  4. Fabaceae
  5. Mimosaceae
  6. Rosaceae
  7. Sapindaceae

FamilySpeciesComment
Anacardiaceae Lannea edulis var. edulis
Anacardiaceae Ozoroa nitida
Capparaceae Cleome monophylla
Fabaceae subfamily Caesalpinioideae Bauhinia galpinii
Fabaceae subfamily Caesalpinioideae Bauhinia macrantha
Fabaceae subfamily Caesalpinioideae Bauhinia petersiana
Fabaceae subfamily Caesalpinioideae Bauhinia tomentosa
Fabaceae subfamily Caesalpinioideae Bauhinia variegata var. variegata
Fabaceae subfamily Papilionoideae Baphia massaiensis subsp. obovata var. obovata
Fabaceae subfamily Papilionoideae Crotalaria anisophylla
Fabaceae subfamily Papilionoideae Crotalaria glauca
Fabaceae subfamily Papilionoideae Crotalaria juncea
Fabaceae subfamily Papilionoideae Indigofera nummulariifolia
Fabaceae subfamily Papilionoideae Ophrestia unifoliolata
Fabaceae subfamily Papilionoideae Philenoptera nelsii
Fabaceae subfamily Papilionoideae Rhynchosia monophylla
Fabaceae subfamily Papilionoideae Vigna monophylla
Rosaceae Cliffortia nitidula
Number of species: 18


Copyright: Mike Bingham, Annette Willemen, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Mark Hyde, 2011-14

Bingham, M.G., Willemen, A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. and Hyde, M.A. (2014). Flora of Zambia: List of species with each spot-character: Leaves simple (or 1-foliolate) in predominantly compound families or genera.
http://www.zambiaflora.com/speciesdata/species-spot-display.php?species_id=718, retrieved 2 August 2014

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