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Rio Negro
Comp...resembling brachysis [;] flos cream
Centauria? … .;  Sand hills (-coloured
Cynara candunculus? … not over 3 ft high
                 -Sand hills; introducia
Gnaphalioid … like cape Helichig;campos
                 -Same Buin Ayres
Senicio? … hoary:simple leaves.
  "    ? … green:succulent leaves.
Gnaphalium … Sand hills.
    "      … Capit;contracted at summit
     " …  [[strikethrough]]Capit aggregatio [[/strikethrough]]  - Sand hills
Corepsoid '... no ray; involuner-inter. monophyll
Gnaphalium ... capit-aggregated
Corapsoia .... 2' ish? - glaucous
Bigelorvia .?.. braanchis dense upright; flos
                               - terminali
 [[ditto for Biglovia]]   .... rigid almost apyll ; used for
                               - brooms.  
Comp .... small; habit of preceding. 
Ambrosia ... Sand-hills. 

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Rio Negro 
Baccharis ... Arialated; campos.
[[ditto for Baccharis]]....normal; only 3 inch high
[[ditto for Baccharis]].... larger; (if prior)
Comp ... large; course branch; habit of
Erigeon ?... somewhat-like Bana dense
[[ditto for Erigeon]] ... but ray yellow; flo large
Stinoria ...... leaves his entire
Comp ..... procumluent. course. ray small
Sonchus .... runcirate leaves, possibly introduced 
Souchoria .... smooth entire leaves. flos yellow
[[ditto for Souchoria]] white flos
Amellus ..... habit of differsus; campos,
[[ditto for Amellus]] ..... lin curved leaves, campos.
Comp ... small, lin leaved, on term flor.
[[ditto for Comp]] .... showy; capit 5 fld; ray varying
         - from pink to white. campos
[[ditto for Comp]] .... habit of Gortiria; leaves srimate
                                        - campos     
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