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1 Sibthorpe thinks that this is the Chondrilla ramosissima of Linnæus; but Fée identifies it with the Chondrilla juncea of Linnæus. The Lactuca perennis has also been suggested. See B. xxi. cc. 52 and 65.
2 In the Isle of Lemnos, at the present day, a milky juice is extracted from the root of the Chondrilla juncea.
3 To keep the hairs in their proper place.
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