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TABLE 1. Key to distinguish the Dinmore leaf parataxa.

Couplet Criteria Parataxon
1 Leaves lobed 2  
1 Leaves not lobed 4  
2 Leaves palmately lobed 3  
2 Leaves trilobed DINM-JJG
3 Palmately Lobed (4-6 lobes), no domatia DINM-JJD
3 Palmately Lobed (4-6 lobes), multiple domatia DINM-JJE
4 Leaves compound 5  
4 Leaves simple or appearing so 8  
5 Leaves palmately trifoliate, toothed DINM-JJA
5 Leaves pinnate 6  
6 Pinnately trifoliate DINM-JJC
6 Pinnately compound 7  
7 Teeth many and small (c 10 mm apart), lateral leaflets sessile or with very short petoles DINM-JJB
7 Teeth large and well-spaced (c 3-8 mm apart), lateral leaflets petiolate DINM-JBD
8 Toothed-margined 9  
8 Entire-margined 17  
9 Craspedodromous 10  
9 Externodromous 13  
10 Lateral veins all travel to teeth 11  
10 Lateral veins alternate between tooth apex and sinus 12  
11 Lamina elliptical, prominent teeth, sinuses mostly sharp DINM-JBB
11 Lamina ovate-lanceolate, teeth shallow, sinuses smooth DINM-JBD (single leaflet)
12 Broad leaved DINM-JJH
12 Narrow-leaved DINM-JJI
13 Teeth regular 14  
13 Teeth irregular, minute DINM-JAD
14 Approximately one lateral vein per tooth, teeth well-spaced (c 3 per 10mm) DINM-JBJ
14 Several small teeth per lateral, teeth numerous (c 5-6 per 10mm), pronounced, serrate 15  
15 Laterals clearly arched, fine venation dense, difficult to discern DINM-JJC (leaflet)
15 Laterals not clearly arched 16  
16 Laterals curved, but irregular, fine venation clear, open DINM-JJB (leaflet)
16 Laterals often forked or with many external branches, fine venation indistinct DINM-JJA (leaflet)
17 Leaves with at least two wide looping zones DINM-JAG (Smilacaceae)
17 Leaves without two wide looping zones 18  
18 Without domatia 19  
18 With domatia DINM-JAC
19 Lateral veins clearly enter the petiole DINM-JAE
19 Lateral veins do not (or not known) to clearly enter the petiole 20  
20 With intramarginal vein 21  
20 Venation externodromous 22  
21 Leaves broad (>20mm wide) DINM -JAB (‘Eucalyptus broad’)
21 Leaves narrow DINM -JAH (‘Eucalyptus narrow’)
22 Leaves with actinodromous development 23  
22 Leaves with normal development 24  
23 Basal laterals nearly paired, enter petiole DINM-JAE
23 Basal laterals nearly paired, well above petiole DINM-JAJ
24 With very drawn-out apex DINM-JAF
24 Without very drawn-out apex 25 DINM-JBH

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