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[[left side page blank]] [[right side page]] Rio Negro. Cereus....melocactiform; sometimes- -agglomerated; sand hills. Mamillaria?...buried in soil to the upper- -surface; borders of campos Apium?...river banks. Eryngium...stem nearly naked; capit- -cylind " " [[ditto for Eryngium]]....[[symbol for circle]]prostrate; river banks. Hydrocotyle..river banks. " [[ditto for Hydrocotyle]]....larger; river banks specimens -lost. Umbellif- Mulinum... leaves tri-spined; -caps compressed; campos. Daucus....[[symbol for circle]]; sand hills. Galium....rigid, 3-4 inches high, sand hills Myrtae....low shrub; leaves opp; lin -hirsute; veins diff. Grindelia....small heads - sand hills " [[ditto for Grindelia]]....large coarse plant - sand -hills - glutinous.
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