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1 "Dog's tongue." The Cynoglossam officinale of Linnæus, Hounds' tongue, or Venus' navel-wort; or else the C. pictum of Aiton.
2 Fée is at a loss to know how it can have been employed in topiary work, or ornamental gardening.
3 This statement is made by Dioscorides with reference to Arnoglossos, Lamb's tongue, or Plantago. See c. 39, above.
4 Identified with the Myosotis lappula of Linnæus, Prickly-seeded scorpion-grass.
5 See B. xxi. c. 64.
6 "Ranis." Under this name he probably includes toads.
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