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comment What is this plant with oval leaflets in a compound leaf?
I was thinking legume, too.
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comment What is this plant with oval leaflets in a compound leaf?
You're not giving much to go on. Can you take more photographs? These are too blurry to tell whether or not the edges of the leaves are toothed, and what the veins look like. How large is it? Is it a woody shrub or tree, or a vine, or is it herbaceous? Is it an ornamental planted in your garden, or did it just show up spontaneously, and if so, is it weedy? What do the flowers and fruit look like? Where in the world are you? Do you know if this plant is native to where you live?
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comment Are these weeds or plants?
Well, the leaflets on vetches (Vicia) aren't always strictly opposite, but they generally are opposite-*ish*. Crown vetch is in a different genus (Securigera / Coronilla), so it's a "vetch" in common name only.
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comment Are these weeds or plants?
The leaves on spurge (and the plant in the picture) are alternate. The leaflets on vetch are opposite, and there is a forked tendril at the end of the leaf. Pull off a piece of the plant. If it is spurge, there will be white milky sap.
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