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Rio Negro. Polygala....having the habit of our own Polygonellas -Sand hills rare. Malvaceae...Modiola reptans. St. H- Potentilliform; no external calyx; flos. red. " " " " [[ditto for Malvaceae]] prostrate; ext. calyx 2-phyll; flos large. -cf Palava. Lam. 577.2 Melochia...flos. very small. Oxalis bipartita. St. Hil?..leaves deeply cleft -as if 2 horned; rare. Erodium geoides, StH?....flowers small, sand hills Zygophyllum....a common bush on the campos - Lavrea. Cav.- Raphanus?...flos yellow sea coast; [[underlined]] perhaps - - introduced [[/underlined]]. Lepidium....Sand-hills; possibly [[underlined]] introduced [[/underlined]] Cheiranthus?...vestiges observed by Mr B- but - -specimens lost. Melilotus....purple flos & smooth hamate pods -Sand hills. " " " [[ditto for Melilotus]]...[[symbol for circle]]; pods very small, 1-seeded.
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