Examples from the Web for leafstalk
The stipules are always free from the leafstalk and attached to the twig at small spots just below the leafstalk.
The Common Locust has several buds under the leafstalk and one above it in the axil.
In the Sycamore the bud does not show while the leaf remains on the tree, as it is in the hollow of the leafstalk.
Leaves deltoid, wider than long, crenulated all round, both sides smooth from the first; leafstalk compressed; buds glutinous.
Leafstalk long, slender, compressed, causing the leaves to tremble continually in the slightest breeze.