The plant sample given out in class, I believe, is a compound leaf; it has three main leaf parts similar to a clover. The three leaf parts are connected to the stem at the same point; the stem itself was redish-maroon and 1.75 cm. The three leaf parts were different sizes and shapes, the main part (middle) was larger than the other two being 4.25 cm it is also a spade like shape with indentations. The outer leaves were smaller the right one being 3.5 cm and the left being 2.5cm presumably because it was damaged the most. The overall plant piece is 6 cm tall and 5.5 cm wide. Both the peripheral leaves were damaged and had leaf minor damage on them. There was also many small bumps on the leaf, my best guess as to what these would be it either eggs of the leaf minor moths or possible just something the leaf grew into and absorbed because it is a crawler type of plant. The leaves all were firm and would return to its form, which I found intersting, they were quite structured with many viens and a thick waxy top layer.
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