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1 There is some doubt as to the identity of this plant, but Fée, after examining the question, comes to the conclusion that it is the Daucus Carota, or else Mauritanicus of Linnæus, the common carrot, or that of Mauritania. Sprengel takes it to be either this last or the Daucus guttatus, a plant commonly found in Greece.
2 The Pastinaca sativa of Linnæus, or common parsnip.
3 The marsh-mallow, probably, the Althæa officinalis of Linnæus.
4 The carrot. The Daucus Carota of Linnæus.
5 In B. xxv. c. 64.
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