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1 Identical with the Orobanche of B. xviii. c. 44, the Cuscuta Europræa of Linnæus, Dodder, Hell-weed, or Devil's guts; or else the Cuscuta minor, or epithymum of Linnæus. See also B. xii. cc. 78, 80.
2 He is in error here.
3 Hardouin suggests "hypopheos," as "springing up under the Pheos" or Stœbe, mentioned in B. xxii. c. 13.
4 See B. xxi. c. 19.
5 It has a root originally, but the root withers as soon as it has attached itself to the stem of the plant to which it clings.
6 See B. xxv. c. 37. Holland says, on the contrary, that it is a binding plant.
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