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Ringworm Bush
 

Ringworm Bush

(Cassia lata)

 




Erect, shrubby legume with dark green compound leaves on stout branches. Leaves have orange rachis. Each leaf has 16-28 leaflets. An axis of golden yellow flowers produces 4-winged pods containing 50-60 flattened, triangular seeds. Flowers enclosed by yellow-orange bracts that are later shed. Usually upper 3 stamens sterile.
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  Iligan City National High School Students:

Rod Daniel S. Leopoldo - IV-Enstein

Zyren Mark C. Erok - IV-Maxwell

Jarvis Dayneille V. Pepito - IV-Einstein

Manry Joe A. Pizarras - IV-Rizal

Cielo A. Lacandula - IV-Einstein
 
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