Leaves alternate, pinnate with stylet in place of the odd leaflet.
stylet: a small style or stiff process: one of the piercing mouth structures in Diptera and Hemiptera.
Leaves opposite, abruptly pinnate with a stylet in place of the odd leaflet.
The question being asked, 'How can the stylet be procured to satisfy curiosity?'
Leaves abruptly pinnate, the place of the odd leaflet taken by a stylet.
stylet sty·let (stī-lět', stī'lĭt)
A fine wire that is run through a catheter, cannula, or hollow needle to keep it stiff or clear of debris.
A slender surgical probe. Also called stylus.