A selection of leaves that I laid out on a cement cover at class start. I convened the class across the road next to the ethnobotanical garden. The weather was sunny, dry, and conducive to holding the whole of the class outside.
Premna obtusifolia, Eugenia uniflora and their somewhat ovate leaf shapes.
On the right the linear venation and linear form of a ground orchid leaf.
An obovate Terminalia catappa leaf and the somewhat lanceolate leaves of Cestrum jasminoides.
Orbicular and peltate Merremia peltata.
Vanessa, Parkey, and Clinton consult the handout I made for the walk.
Out and about in the forest.
Sagittate leaves in the background.