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Rio Negro.
Celastrin?....spiny; leaves ovate; entire; pointed
" [[ditto for Celastrin]]?....verticell; crenate leaves. (-shrub. -like Euonymus; shrub
" [[ditto for Celastrin]]?....shrub; obovate. entire larger leaves -bac 1 seeded; seed hard like fruit -umbell.
Condalia?...spiny shrub; alt. obov. entire - -leaves; drupe oblong; 5 and; cal 5- -phyll. decid.
Lythrum....very minute flos; river banks.
Anychia?.... axillary flos.
Portulacea....[[inserted]]smaller more upwright[[/inserted]] large purple flos; sand hills.
[[deleted]]" smaller more upwright[[/deleted]]
Oenothera....large yell. flos turning reddish -in fading. Sand hills-
Tillaea....muddy shores of river; specimens -lost; without 2[[symbol for degree]] exam;.
Opuntia.... normal, borders of Campos,
" [[ditto for Opuntia]]....ovoid joints.
" [[ditto for Opuntia]]....small cylindrical joints, borders of campos
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