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" ... country and native ones from Canada, but it is not very improbable that Cornus Canadensis may be found in these places as well as Cornus suecica; we have specimens of both from Labrador. The other distinction which Willdenow observes of the leaves... "
Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed: In which the Most ... - Page 882
by John Sims - 1805
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Contributions, Volume 2

University of Pennsylvania. Botanical Laboratory - Botany - 1904
...distinction which Willdenow observes of the leaves in one being nervosa, in the other venosa, remarked also by Mr. Salisbury, in Smith's Flora Britannica, though not unfounded, is hardly sufficiently pointed for use, as the nerves in suecica sometimes take their origin from the midrib,...
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A Comparative Study of the Cytology and Movements of the Cyanophyceae

Orville P. Phillips - Algae - 1904 - 99 pages
...distinction which Willdenow observes of the leaves in one being nervosa, in the other venosa, remarked also by Mr. Salisbury, in Smith's Flora Britannica, though not unfounded, is hardly sufficiently pointed for use, as the nerves in suecica sometimes take their origin from the midrib,...
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Contributions from the Botanical Laboratory of the University of ..., Volume 2

Botany - 1904
...distinction which Willdenow observes of the leaves in one being nervosa, in the other venosa, remarked also by Mr. Salisbury, in Smith's Flora Britannica, though not unfounded, is hardly sufficiently pointed for use, as the nerves in suecica sometimes take their origin from the midrib,...
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Transactions and Proceedings, Volume 1

Botanical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia - Botany - 1899
...distinction which Willdenow observes of the leaves in one being nervosa, in the other venosa, remarked also by Mr. Salisbury, in Smith's Flora Britannica, though not unfounded, is hardly sufficiently pointed for use, as the nerves in suecica sometimes take their origin from the midrib,...
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