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An illustrated guide to the flowering plants of the middle Atlantic and New England states (excepting the grasses and sedges) the descriptive text written in familiar language . to 6-lobed. Corolla egg- or bell-shaped Pterospora Corolla of several parts. Flowers solitary Monotropa Flowers several Hypopitys I. PTEROSPORA, Nutt. A reddish or purple leafless plant, woolly, consisting of a slender scape,from which hang rounded bells or globose fruit, arising from a roundedmass of roots- Calyx 5-parted; corolla with 5 lobes; stamens 10; capsule5-Iobed. P. andromedea, Nutt. (Fig. 5, pi. 118.) Pine D

An illustrated guide to the flowering plants of the middle Atlantic and New England states (excepting the grasses and sedges) the descriptive text written in familiar language . to 6-lobed. Corolla egg- or bell-shaped Pterospora Corolla of several parts. Flowers solitary Monotropa Flowers several Hypopitys I. PTEROSPORA, Nutt. A reddish or purple leafless plant, woolly, consisting of a slender scape,from which hang rounded bells or globose fruit, arising from a roundedmass of roots- Calyx 5-parted; corolla with 5 lobes; stamens 10; capsule5-Iobed. P. andromedea, Nutt. (Fig. 5, pi. 118.) Pine D Stock Photo
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An illustrated guide to the flowering plants of the middle Atlantic and New England states (excepting the grasses and sedges) the descriptive text written in familiar language . to 6-lobed. Corolla egg- or bell-shaped Pterospora Corolla of several parts. Flowers solitary Monotropa Flowers several Hypopitys I. PTEROSPORA, Nutt. A reddish or purple leafless plant, woolly, consisting of a slender scape,from which hang rounded bells or globose fruit, arising from a roundedmass of roots- Calyx 5-parted; corolla with 5 lobes; stamens 10; capsule5-Iobed. P. andromedea, Nutt. (Fig. 5, pi. 118.) Pine Drops. Scape 6 to30 in. high, with from 12 to 50 or more nodding white llowers. In richwoods; rare- June-Aug. 2. MONOTROPA, L- White, succulent parasitic herb, without leaves, but with white oryellowish bracts along the stem and with a solitary nodding flower whichat length becomes more or le.ss upright. Sepals 2 to 4; petals 5 or 6;stamens 10 to 12. Ovary 5-celled. M. uniflora, L. (Fig. 4, pi. 118.) Indian Pipe. Scapes generallyin clusters, 4 to 0 in- high, surmounted by the nodding white bell-shapedflower about 1 in. long. In rich woods. Junc-Aug. WINTERGREEN FAMILY 461. Plate 1131. Pyrola rotundifolia. 2. P. elliptica. 3. Moneses uniflora. 4. Pyrolachlorantha. 5. P. secunda. 6. Chimaphila umbellata. 7. Pyrola minor. 8.Chimaphila maculata. 462 ERICACEAE 3. HYPOPITYS, Adams White, succulent, parasitic herb. Scape slender, with a niimber offlowers in a narrow cluster at summit. Lower flowers with 3 or 4 petals,terminal one with 5; stamens 8 to 10; capsule 4- to 5-ceUed. Root amass of fibers. H. americana, Small. (Fig. 3, pi. 118.) Pine Sap, (H. Eijpopitys,Small.) Scapes 4 to 12 in. high, clustered, more or less hairy. Flowersyellowish-white. The lateral flowers have 8 stamens and 4 petals; theterminal one 10 stamens and 5 petals. Woods, throughout our area.June-Oct. Family IV.—ERICACEAE. The Heath Family Mostly shrubs, rarely, in our region, small trees. Leaves oftenevergreen,