A. - Cenanthe crocata, Linnaeus: p. 96.

1. A flower separated from the umbel.

2. One of the cylindrical fruits.

3. A transverse section of the fruit, showing the two carpels, and the ridges and vittae. B. - Pastinaca sativa, Linnaeus: p. 97.

1. A flower detached from the umbel.

2. One of the flattened fruits.

3. A transverse section of the fruit. C. - Sedum acre, Linnaeus: p. 92.

1. A leaf, showing the spur behind the point of attachment.

2. The ripe follicles.

3. A flower.

4. The follicles or seed-vessels, before bursting. D. - Cornus sanguinea, Linnaeus: p. 98.

1. One of the flowers.

2. A fruit.

E. - Montia fontana, Linnaeus: p. 92.

1. The calyx or flower-cup.

2, 3. Different views of the corolla and stamens. 4. The pistil.

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oenanthe crocata..

Pastinaca saliva.

Pastinaca saliva.

Sedum acre.

Sedum acre.

Cornus sangunea.

Cornus sangunea.

Monua fontana.

Monua fontana.

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