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Colored leaves (modified leaves) are called bracts, produced in poinsettia, bougainvillea glabra, banana, euphorbia milii, ananas bracteatus, lilies, pines, ferns etc.

These specialized leaves often different from typical photosynthetic leaves, are found at the bases of flowers or flower stalks.

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