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Leaf gall images of Pistacia integerrima. Leaf galls turned into Crab/Goat-like horns on clearly seen in attached images below:

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Taxonomic Revision of the Genus Pistacia L. (Anacardiaceae) Mohannad G. AL-Saghir*, Duncan M. Porter American Journal of Plant Sciences, 2012, 3, 12-32


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Keys:

Three species are known in India and differentiated as follows:

Leaf rachis winged…………………………………………..P.atlantica ssp. cabulica
Leaf rachis not winged………………….
           Leaflets ovate or ovate – oblong ………………P.khinjuk
           Leaflets lanceolate………………………………….P. chinensis ssp. integerrima

Based on Flora of India 5:481-485. 2000.


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