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1 Sprengel says that this is the Geum rivale of Linnæus; but then the Geum is a spring, and not an autumn flower, its blossoms bear no resemblance to those of the eglantine, and its seeds are not yellow.
2 Generally supposed to be the Chrysanthemum segetum, or golden daisy.
3 "Pastillicantibus quinquagenis quinis barbulis coronatur." Pliny is unusually verbose here.
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