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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 40 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 40
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Brussels Botanic Garden [August 4, 1905]  cordata, Plantago media etc). Similar bed, with stigmas conspicuous: "Fleurs visitees par des Coleopteres et des Dipteres." "Dissemination par Projection" des graines. "Diresemination par des Animaux" Ditto, "Oiseaux." Ditto, "le vent" "Fleurs Dichogames" "Heterostylie" "Monoecious," andro, gyno, and the various combinations. "Trioecie"-male, female and perfect on distinct plants, such as Asparagus officinalis, Centaurea jacea, Cirsium acaille (indig), Cirsium arvense, Thymus serpyllum. "Autogamie succedanee"-in this bed Campanula persicifolia, Gentiana acaulis, Aquilegia vulgaris, ::::::::: [Brussels Botanic Garden] August 4, 1905  "Autogamie et Allogamie" the first Viola tricolor, the second Specularia Speculum.  Brussels Botanic Garden consists of the following plan. A circle divided into 4 quarters by walks with a central circular water basin, these 4 quarters being divided to the Ecole de Botanique Systematique, in which the families of plants, especially flowering plants are well represented, the beds radiating from the center. From California they have Collinsia bicolor, Nemophila insignis (fls. [flowers] not large), Gilia capitata and other Gilia sp, Phacelia tana[cetifolia]
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