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No, I'm not sure. But it still looks like a tamarind leaf to me. Any other suggestions?
Hi LisaPowers, From this link itself its clear that both leaves are different. The shape is very similar but in tamarind the rachillae is attached alternately to the rachis. But in this spotter they are arranged oppositely. I hope its clear from both the photographs [this spotter and that in the link]. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachis]
Namith..what about this does not look like the tamarind species suggested. Here is a link: http://rainforest-database.com/plants/Pl...
Hi cynspiration, are you sure this is tamarind?.It doesn't look like tamarind leaf.
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Spotted on Dec 24, 2011 Submitted on Apr 23, 2012