. The natural history of plants. Botany. Kg. 177. Male stalk. Fig. 179. Female stalk. Fig. 178. Male flower {^). Fig. 180. Female flower (f). Fig. 181. Female flower, without gynseceum. Fig. 182. Normal female flower seen from above. Fig. 183. Female flower Fig. 184. Female flower with four sepals. with five sepals. JErythrococca are woody and thorny; finally, several herbaceous Cape species have an androceum reduced like that of Bysopsis to three stamens. Tetrorchidium, consisting of shrubs from tropical America, have nearly the same vegetative organs and flowers as the species of Mercurialis

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. The natural history of plants. Botany. Kg. 177. Male stalk. Fig. 179. Female stalk. Fig. 178. Male flower {^). Fig. 180. Female flower (f). Fig. 181. Female flower, without gynseceum. Fig. 182. Normal female flower seen from above. Fig. 183. Female flower Fig. 184. Female flower with four sepals. with five sepals. JErythrococca are woody and thorny; finally, several herbaceous Cape species have an androceum reduced like that of Bysopsis to three stamens. Tetrorchidium, consisting of shrubs from tropical America, have nearly the same vegetative organs and flowers as the species of Mercurialis forming the sub-genus Claocvylon ; but their stamens are. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Baillon, Henri Ernest, 1827-1895; Hartog, Marcus Manuel, 1851-. London, L. Reeve & Co.

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