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13 Testudo megalonyx NY aff T. picta diff. ongles et forme [[juste?]] à NY. de Virginie au marché Tarrapin
Carap sup ellipt. peu bombée
11 p sur 6, [[echanon?]] antʳ. un peu crenelèe postʳ lisse noirâtre à series bandes transv. 
roug^[[˜]]. bords en dessus à taches jaunes --
Car inf. obl. jaune, corps noir à lignes jaunes, pouvoir ongles très long remarquables --

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14 Termes Montana ?
Cove mount. Old logs
Ant monilif. mach. grosses; thorax por. en [[coeur?]] antʳ. abd - [[similé?]] obtus - Corps noir à ant et extr des pattes rousses
Ai les planes blanchâtre grises longues -- 

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15 Aranea [[Serena Stata?]]
South Mt. Noir et velue à pattes grosses constr., 2 lignes later blanches

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Claytonia        Dentaria
Huntonia         Aronia botanica[[prima?]]
Trichisperma     Panax 5 [[fot?]] --
Seneca majalis!  [[Quere Vanisteri?]]
        Labadium fetidum

16 Rhus fetidum Cal 5 lab. 5 pet obov.
parap. oppos. pet. lat. [[bilat. glandistoris?]]
5 [[Stam alt pet. ins cat - Ov. vill.?]] ovale
3 [[Sryl Cruciss. stigm glab.?]] -- [[Ament. embr--at. dynam lat - adpross. flint subpediment. fr- fem. & term?]] divisées
N.G.
17 Salix -- Am. obl. [[lepig. masc & form coneat - obt - villosis Africa niger Sphacelatis--Stam 2 longiss. levis?]] --
[[Ovar - Sess. wat. puber. 2 Stig on depiat?]]
[[Sambrian p--bing?]]
Betula
Glechoma
Vicia Stgm. compr-villos. undigm
Phlox pilosa
Vivla privata & Var Bicolor
----- palmata
Cerasus 3 Sp 2 South mount.
-------      --/cal [[durtica?]] fol obov
-------                  [[cerrasus?]]
Polygala [[sivey?]]
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