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Rio. Negro
Galardioid --- recpt paleac. akin 2 membran- - aeous sand hills.
Solidago ------- Sand hills.
Unxia ----- habit of Eclipta. banks of riv
Comp ---- resembling Vernonia; marshes &c - same Buenos Ayres
Comp --- shrub - pungent. lin leaves; flos yell -scarious: like cape Helchig, Campos &c
Chaetopapoid --- small white flos: river bank
Comp ---- receip paleac - 
" [[ditto for Comp]] ---- leaf margined white prickles - sand hills &c
Anthemis cotula ----- [[underlined]]introduced.[[/underlined]]
Xanthium - Strumarium --- probably [[underlined]]introd[[/underlined]]
" [[ditto for Xanthium]] Spinosum --- [[underlined]]introduced[[/underlined]]
Comp ---- leaves finely pectinated.
Calyceris? --- sea coast: cal: monophyll -
" [[ditto for Calyceris?]]--- monophyll. invol. fol pinattisect
Lycium ---- spiny shrub: stem & branch wht
" [[ditto for Lycium]] ---- perhaps 2 spd: pubesc & coarser.
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Rio Negros.
Solanum--- stamens unequal. style incivisied
Cressa --- flos pale pink styles 2
Thymus... scint like coarse shrub leaves like -granulus: campos
Asclepias ---- campos.
Verbena ----- flos small: dissected leaf.
Zapania ---- small.
Gerardia ----- habit like gratiola: river -bank
Samolus ---- river bank.
Gilia?----[[symbol for circle]] leaves dissect: calyx awned.
Capriarioid ---- [[symbol for circle]] habit preceeding: calyx 2 celled
Helitropum -- ciourassaricum? -
Limosella ---- like tennifolia: specimens -mostly lost. muddy shores of river
Statice limsurium? ---- maritime.
" [[ditto for Statice]] ---- flower branches more upright: -leaves narrower.
Amaranthus --- appar. peculiars sps.
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