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1 De Re Rust. c. 6. Fée remarks that the notions of modern agriculturists are very different on this point.
2 The Salix purpurea of Linnæus: the Salix vulgaris rubens of C. Bauhin.
3 This belongs, probably, to the Salix helix of Linnæus.
4 Fé equeries whether this may not be the Salix incana of Schrank and Hoffmann, the bark of which is a brown green.
5 Belonging to the Salix helix of Linnæus.
6 Belonging to the Salix purpurea of Linnæus.
7 Field-mouse or squirrel colour. See B. viii. c. 82. The same, probably, as the Salix vitellina of Linnæus.
8 A variety, Fée thinks, of the Salix rubens.
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