Enlarged area of cleared of palo verde (Cercidium floridum). Empty cells (veinlet idioblasts), each interconnected by a perforation platelike gap, are unique to Cercidium, occurring mostly in pairs or clusters abutting terminal veins.
copyright: Nels R. Lersten, BSA
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