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Decorative skeleton leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Skeleton leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Skeleton leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Leaf Skeleton Royalty Free Stock Photo
Skeleton leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Skeleton of  leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Skeleton of a leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Leaf Skeleton
Leaf Skeleton Black & White Royalty Free Stock Photo
Skeleton leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Leaf Skeleton Royalty Free Stock Photo
Skeleton leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Skeleton leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Skeleton leaf Royalty Free Stock Photo
Set of seven light leaf skeleton isolated on white Royalty Free Stock Photo
A detailed, backlighted close-up of a cottonwood tree leaf skeleton. Great image for background design or large print - very high resolution (scanned as a transparency). About leaf skeletons: After a leaf falls to the ground, microbes in the soil consume the leaf's soft tissue and leave only the cellulose and lignin skeleton. The leaf's vascular network can now easily be seen. This leaf was hand-picked and chosen from thousands of not-so-attractive decayed remnants.


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