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1 Spina regia. Some writers have considered this to be the same with the Centaurea solstitialis of Linnæus. .Sprengel takes it to be the Cassyta filiformis of Linnæus, a parasitical plant of India. We must conclude, however, with Fée, that both the thorn and the parasite have not hitherto been identified.
2 The Makron Teichos. See B. iv. c. 11.
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