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1 Fée remarks, that Pliny is clearly speaking of two essentially different plants under this name; the first, he thinks, may very probably be the Ervum tetraspermum of Linnæus.
2 This, Fée thinks, is the Salvia officinalis of Linnæus, our common sage, which has no affinity whatever with the lentil.
3 Sprengel thinks that he is speaking here of the Salvia triloba of Linnæus.
4 The Trygon pastinaca of Linnæus.
5 "Sage," the plant, no doubt, that he has been describing.
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