A. - Menyanthes trifoliata, Linnaeus: p. 14.

1. A corolla laid open, showing the stamens attached to the inner fringed surface.

2. The pistil.

3. One of the capsules.

B. - Primula vulgaris, Hudson: p. 1.

1. The pistil. C. - Daphne Mezereum, Linnaeus: p. 15.

1. One of the perianths laid open, showing the stamens attached to the inner surface.

2. The pistil.

3. A section of one of the berries.

D. - Euphorbia amygdaloides, Linnaeus: p. 16.

1. One of the small flower-heads, with crescent-shaped glands, several erect male flowers, and a recurved female flower.

2. One of the male flowers separated, consisting of a scale and stamen only.

3. The scale of the male flower.

4. The tricoccous stalked ovary, with its three-cleft style, forming the female flower, which has no perianth.

Plate 4

Menyanthes trifoliata,

Menyanthes trifoliata,

Primula vulgaris

Primula vulgaris

Daphne Mezereum

Daphne Mezereum

Euphorbis amygdakiudes

Euphorbis amygdakiudes

W.Fich, deletlith

Vincent Brooks, Imp