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Many cross vein visible on leaf blades and bracts of spikelet-
Infloreset born in axil? of one small leave [[strikethrough]] with small blade.
Infl. large spike? or spiket?. Bracts green herbaceous, and ! coming out [[strikethrough]] throng the side a single style partially covers by a kind of tube
[[strikethrough? or image?]] Style [[parere?]] with very short stigmatic [[pores?]].
Old inflr [[strikethrough]] show

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very ! large bract persistent on a rachis? empty and with a "something" at the base.
Leaves with a thicker elbow or articulation at base of petiole and top of sheath
Some flora in forest also large Marantaceae and [[strikethrough]] [[cover?]] a large Rutacea ([[Talon?]] colected). Very large and tall trees. The clump with flower growing near a huge Ficus
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