Flora Bedfordiensis, Comprehending Such Plants as Grow Wild in the County of Bedford, Arranged According to the System of Linnĉus, with Occasional Remarks

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W. Smith, 1798 - Botany - 351 pages

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Page 256 - Shields green yellow, changing to full yellow, border paler, crust greenish, with a tinge of yellow, somewhat tiled.
Page 82 - Leaves heart-arrow-shaped, stem nearly upright, without prickles, angles of the seeds even.
Page 340 - Crust rather leather-like, stems very short, heads or seeds roundish, white, yellow or scarlet.
Page 230 - Capsules cylindrical, lids taper-pointed, fruitstalks terminating, shoot branched, upright, leaves spear-shaped, rather expanding.
Page 162 - L. autumnale. Stem branched, fruitstalks scaly, leaves spearshaped, toothed, very entire, smooth.

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