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1 In c. 91 of this Book. This story is owing merely to its appearance, which somewhat resembles the skin of a serpent.
2 "Demonstratum mihi est."
3 Identified by Fée with the Arum Italicum of Lamarck.
4 Fée queries whether this may not be the Arum maculatum of Linnæus, wake-robin, cuckoo pint, or lords and ladies.
5 Identified by C. Bauhin with the Calla palustris of Linnæus.
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