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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 Excerpt: ...all American, are included in this genus. To those described on pp. 196-7, Vol. I., the following should be added: B. lateritla (brick-red). The correct name of Loam lalerifia (B. M. aesz; B. R. mas, zz). BLUHIA. A synonym of Saranja (which see). BLUSH ROSE. Sea Ron indies. BOLT-LIP ORCHID. See Sca-phyglottis. BOBLBTIL. According to J. G. Baker, this genus comprises eight species, natives of Cape Colony. Flowers pale yellow, fugitive, more than one in a spathe; perianthtube none or very short, the segments-spreading; stamens inverted at the base pf the perianth; clusters fascicled, rarely single, usually overtopped by a. single bract. Leaves rigid, terete or ensiform. BOOOORIL. _ This genus consists of about five species, natives of tropical America and China. To those described on p. 197, Vol. I., the following should be added: B(EL. See Baa.. BGBEBA is a synonym of Dysodia (which see). BGEBIEB-IL. SYNE. Durelia, Splitgerbcra. This genus embraces about forty-five species, broadly dispersed, mostly tropical. To that described on p. 197, Vol. I., the following variety should be added: _ B. t (very tenacious). A synonym of B. m'z.-ea oandioam. ' BCBNNINGEA-USENIL (named in honour of C. F. von Boenninghausen). ORD. Rutaceaz. A monotypic genus. The species (B. albiflora) will be found described on p. 337, Vol. IlI., under its old name, Ruta albiflora. ' BOG MOSS. See Sphagnum. BOG REUBAB-B. See Petasites vulgaris. BOG VIOLET. See Pingulcula vulgaris. BOILERS. See Heating'. BOLBITIS. Included under Acrostichum (which see). BOLDEL. A synonym of Peumul (which see). BOLBOL (named after Baltasar Manuel Boldo, e. Spanish botanist, who collected in Cuba at the end of the eighteenth century). SYN. Salpianthue. OED. lY'_r/ctagirteaz. A small genus (two species) of...
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