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1 See B. xxi. cc. 56 and 104, in which last Chapter it is called "leucanthes." Desfontaines suggests that it may be either the Carduus leucographus, or the Cnicum Casabonæ.
2 Literally, "many-cornered." "Leucacantha" means "whitethorn," and "Leucanthes" "white-flowered."
3 Fée thinks this very improbable.
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