Leaves with blades divided into several distinct sections, called folioles, the arrangement of which determines the leaf type.
Compound feathered leaf ending in two folioles on each side of the main petiole.
Compound feathered leaf with a main petiole ending in a single foliole.
Compound leaf with folioles on both sides of a common petiole.
Compound leaf with all its folioles attached at the same point, at the apex of the petiole.
Leaf having three distinct folioles.