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Contact: Daniel Stolte
University of Arizona

Some Leaves Shrink More Than Others

Caption: How much a leaf shrinks once it dries out varies with the species. The leaves of the Colorado ragwort lose nearly half their size.

Credit: Ben Blonder

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