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1 Supposed to be the same as the Agrostemma coronaria of Linnæus.
2 Sprengel identifies it with the Pancratium maritimum of Linnæus. As described by Dioscorides, however, Fée takes it to be the Lilium Martagon, or Turk's-cap lily. See c. 90 of this Book.
3 This is different from the Helenium of the Greeks, the Inula Helenium of Linnæus, mentioned in B. xv. c. 7. Sprengel identifies it with the Teucrium Creticum of Linnæus, the Cretan germander.
4 See B. xx. c. 91.
5 "Flame." Sprengel identifies it with the Agrostemma coronaria of Linnæus, making the flower of Jove to the Agrostemma flos Jovis.
6 Fée remarks, that if this is our Thymus serpyllum, this exception is inexact.
7 For two islands of this name, see B. iv. c. 20, and c. 23.
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