Is it possible to distinguish between plants in wet areas and dry areas by their appearance?

The leaves of plants in humid places are usually large, with a large number of stomata. The leaves of plants in arid areas are small in size and have adaptations to reduce evaporation: dense pubescence, waxy bloom, a relatively small number of stomata, etc. Some plants in dry areas (aloe, agave) have juicy leaves, they store water.

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