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1 See c. 62.
2 Sprengel says that this is the parasitic plant, which he calls Cassyta filiformis. Fée says that this opinion, though perhaps not to be absolutely rejected, must be accepted with reserve.
3 It does not seem to have been identified.
4 See B. xviii. c. 35.
5 Serpyllum. See B. xx. c. 90.
6 A mistletoe, apparently, growing upon the wild olive. Fée says that no such viscus appears to be known.
7 See B. xxvii. c. 66. The Calcitrapa stellata of Lamarck. Fée remarks that Pliny has committed a great error, in making it a parasite of the Spina fullonia. Dioscorides only says that the two plants grow in the same spots.
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