The London Journal of Botany Volume 7

The London Journal of Botany Volume 7

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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. 1848 edition. Excerpt: ...of Dr. Lindley for allowing uae to examine and define several of the following Solanaceous plants, and I take this opportunity (April, 1848, ) of repeating my obligations to Sir William Hooker for his liberal and kind permission to describe the many following new species which, during the last twelve months, I have found in his rich and extensive Herbarium. In the Jaborosa group, and belonging to the genus above mentioned, whose elements were defined in the London Journal of Botany, vol. iv. p. 347, I have now to add a third species. 3. Dorystigma crispa, n. sp.; caulibus plurimis, caespitosis; foliis subfasciculatis, glaberrimis, carnosulis, irregulariter pinnatifido-laciniatis, in petiolum longum alatum decurrentibus, laciniis latis brevibus, mucronato et sinuoso-dentatis, uninerviis, eveniis, sinubus crispato-undulatis, margine subrevolutis; floribus cum. foliis in collum fasciculatis, bracteis parvis, subulatis; corolla extus imo glabra, superne pubescente, intus faucc lanuginosa, limbi laciniis oblongis, obtusis, staniinibus fere exsertis.--Bolivia v. s. in herb. Lindley. (Bridges, 1846.) This plant has very much the habit of the two species formerly described, the leaves much resembling those of 1). squarrosa, (lllustr. So. Am. Plants, plate 6), being nine lines broad, the petiole is one inch and a quarter, the blade one inch and three quarters, altogether three inches long; the peduncles six lincs, and the corolla six lines in length. SALPICHROMA. In order to harmonize better with the names of the two approximate genera, Iorhrmna and PoiriIochroma, I propose to snb VOL. VII. 2 Q stitate that of Salpichroma for Salpichroa, the genus described in the Lond. Journ. Bot. vol. iv. p. 321. The plants from Columbia and New Grenada, there alluded to..show more

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  • Paperback | 232 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 422g
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  • English
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  • 1236675347
  • 9781236675347