[ fi-loh-dee-uhm ]
/ fɪˈloʊ di əm /
noun, plural phyl·lo·di·a [fi-loh-dee-uh]. /fɪˈloʊ di ə/.
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To emphasize this difference, botanists call such an apparent leaf a phyllodium, or phyllode.Evolution|Joseph Le Conte