Blotched or spotted.
Coastal wetland dominated by Manawa or mangrove Avicennia marina var. resiifera. Northern New Zealand only, salt marsh replaces it further south.
The edge or border of a leaf.
Pertaining to the sea and saltwater systems.
A tract of wet land principally inhabited by partially-submerged herbaceous vegetation. Has fewer woody plants than swampier habitats.
Dry, powdery, crumbly.
In the middle.
The middle part into which a leaf is divided.
Synonymous with any peat-accumulating wetland. Term covers bogs and peaty swamps, fens, carr, moor, muskeg and peatland. Term excludes marsh which is non-peat forming.
Where proteins and genes are used to investigate plant relationships.
Recording of quantitative data over time to document changes in condition or state of species or ecosystems.
Having male and female flowers on the same plant of the same species.
Land between 300 and 800 metres above sea level.
Having a very small mucro; diminutive of mucronate.
Overlapping annual cohorts of leaves always present.
Cleft into many lobes or segments.
With many septa.
A symbiotic relationship between a fungus and a plant.
Symbiotic association between fungi and plant roots which assists plant health by allowing increased ability for uptake of nutrients and promote plant growth.
Rough with short, hard points like the shell of Murex, a genus of tropical sea snails with elaborately pointed shells.