Chrysolepis

Chrysolepis are evergreen trees and shrubs with simple, entire (untoothed) leaves with a dense layer of golden scales on the underside (hence the genus name, from Greek chryso-, yellow, and lepis, scale) and a thinner layer on the upper side; the leaves persist for 3–4 years before falling. The fruit is a densely spiny cupule containing usually ...
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Chrysolepis

(from the article `Fagales`) ...12 or so species of the genus Castanea also show a worldwide distribution in temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere, again with the greatest ... Of the extant genera of Fagaceae, Chrysolepis is considered to exhibit the most primitive features in the pistillate (female) flowers. The basic ... [2 re...
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Chrysolepis

genus Chrysolepis noun two species: golden chinkapins
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Chrysolepis

[fish] Chrysolepis is a genus of prehistoric lobe-finned fish that lived during the Devonian period. ...
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Chrysolepis

[n] - two species: golden chinkapins
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