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aculeatum acuminate acute alternate Ambleside apex apices Aspidium attenuated auricle Barnstaple basal pair basal pinnule base bipinnate biserrate branching Bulwell Bulwell Hall Caudex Charles Elworthy Charles Padley Chiselhurst Clowes colour confluent crested crispy cristate cristatum Darlaston Darlaston Hall decurrent dentate depauperated dilatata distinct dwarf E. J. Lowe eighteen inches Elworthy Exeter feet Fern Fernery Foot's Cray found in Devonshire G. B. Wollaston green handsome inches in length indebted indusium Ireland irregular Lancashire lanceolate Lastrea Lastrea filix-mas Length of frond linear lobes Malton margin Messrs Monkman Moore Moore.—Found multifid narrow Nettlecombe Newman normal form Nottinghamshire oblong ovate pairs of pinnae pinnae pinnatifid plant Polypodium Polypodium vulgare Polystichum aculeatum Polystichum angulare profoundly propinqua pseudo-mas rachis scaly serrated six inches Somersetshire Sori species spinulosum spores Stansfield Stipes Stipes and rachis sub-opposite superior basal pinnule Swynfen Jervis thanks are due three inches Todmorden tripinnate twelve inches twenty-four inches upper half variety width Windermere Yorkshire
Page 305 - ... the lore and orbits the same : irides pale yellow. The whole plumage is snowy white, except the crown of the head, and the upper part of the neck before, which are buff : legs three inches and a half long, and one inch and a half bare space above the knee ; these parts are nearly black, with a tinge of green ; the toes and claws are of the same colour, the middle claw pectinated.
Page 312 - From the surface of the lung numerous tumors, generally of large size, but varying from half an inch to two inches and a half in diameter, projected, having a regular convex or slightly lobulated form...
Page 218 - Lastrea rigida in great profusion along the whole of the great scar limestone district, at intervals between Arnside Knot, where it is comparatively scarce, and Ingleborough, being most abundant on Hutton Roof crags and Farlton Knot, where it grows in the deep fissures of the natural platform, and occasionally high in the...
Page 194 - These appearances have continued constant under cultivation, as must be evident if we compare the plant now wilh these fronds taken from it in August, 1849, when I found it growing on slate rocks by the side of a stream, which, running through Frairstown House demesne, falls into the Dodder just above Bohernabreena.