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CUL-DAR49.52-53    Note:    1858.07.11   Ch 3 / Alstroemeria - small fl[orets] common orange-flowered   Image
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CUL-DAR49.54    Note:    1858.09.12--1858.09.16   I have watched for several years the Cuphea which is loaded with honey &   Image
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CUL-DAR49.55    Note:    1860.06.01   In Azaleas Pistil bends up to nectary-side   Image
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CUL-DAR49.56    Note:    1860.07.01   Lousewort - Pedicularis sylvatica / Tube of corolla very long [with   Image
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CUL-DAR49.57    Note:    1860.07.17   Lilium Martagon - common or Turks' Cap Petal reflexed spotted reddish   Image
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CUL-DAR49.58    Note:    1860.07.30   Elizabeth has 2 kinds of Oenothera in garden, very distinct, & the   Image
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CUL-DAR49.59    Note:    [Undated]   Vinca major / I fertilised 6 flowers on 2 plants   Image
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CUL-DAR49.60    Note:    1861.04.08--1861.04.10   Vinca major in Pot - greenhouse [with illustrations]   Image
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CUL-DAR49.61    Note:    1861.06.13   If I take case of Galium; observe that yellow G[alium] cruciatum has   Image
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CUL-DAR49.62    Note:    1861.06.15   Watched for some time immense number of Linum catharticum, saw very few   Image
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CUL-DAR49.63    Note:    1861.08.11   William has been examining some Salvia   Image
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CUL-DAR49.64    Note:    1861.07.13   Lathyrus sylvestris - Pistil much curved - visited by many Humble-Bees   Image
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CUL-DAR49.65    Note:    1861.06.15   Aristolochia sipho apparently requires flies to effect impregnation   Image
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CUL-DAR49.66    Note:    1861.06.28   If a supposed necessity for pollen being well aired accounts for common   Image
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CUL-DAR49.67    Note:    1861.09.03   I found 2 pods on large Periwinkle at Mr Phillips - & mem at Wollastons   Image
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CUL-DAR49.68    Note:    1861.10.24   Dichogamy / Dipladenia / One of the Apocyneae - Mr Horwood never before   Image
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CUL-DAR49.69    Note:    1861.10.27   Hooker sent me a Canarina[?] - One anther sheds pollen early   Image
118.
CUL-DAR49.70    Note:    [Undated]   Revd W.B Clarke in letter Jan 1862 says that the flower of Eucalyptus   Image
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CUL-DAR49.71    Note:    1862.04.15   Mr Horwood gave me Hedaroma (tulipi = forma(?) (a Myrtle-bloom)   Image
120.
CUL-DAR49.72    Note:    1862.05.00   Rhododenrum Boothii from Boston has yellow flowers hanging down but not   Image
121.
CUL-DAR49.73    Note:    1862.05.00   Mussaenda frondos doubtful order (looks like Bugainvillea)   Image
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CUL-DAR49.74    Note:    1862.05.01   It is impossible to behold Bougainvillea speciosa (Mr Turnbulls) with   Image
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CUL-DAR49.75    Note:    1862.05.00   I am nearly certain that Saxifraga granulosa (Holwood Park) is a dichogam   Image
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CUL-DAR49.76    Note:    1862.05.14   Schizanthus (one of Scrophulariae) upturned pistil into gangway of   Image
125.
CUL-DAR49.77-78    Note:    1862.05.16   All common Rhododendrum & Azaleas have nectary in fold of upper spotted   Image
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CUL-DAR49.79    Note:    1862.07.01   Dictamnus fraxinella / Fan petals upwards & one beneath but often rather   Image
127.
CUL-DAR49.80    Note:    1862.07.30   saw Humble-bees collecting pollen from Verbascum   Image
128.
CUL-DAR49.81    Note:    1862.08.26   Saw hundreds of Hive-Bees sucking Scrophularia aquatica   Image
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CUL-DAR49.82    Note:    1862.05.30   Green-house Poly[g]ala - passage to nectary to flower on right hand   Image
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CUL-DAR49.83    Note:    1863.03.19   Begonia / Pollen coherent not easily blown off - no apparent nectar   Image
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CUL-DAR49.84    Note:    1863.03.28   Edwardsia tetraptera - anthers protruded from [illegible] even in young   Image
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CUL-DAR49.85    Note:    1863.04.10--1863.04.18   Lobelia fulgens - front of column longitudinally furrowed & labellum   Image
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CUL-DAR49.86    Note:    1863.04.11   Adoxa Moschata / Dichogam / Saw 2 very minute sp[ecies] of Diptera & 2 of   Image
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CUL-DAR49.87    Note:    1863.04.15   Tropaeolum tricolor / Stamens prettyly graduated for raking & stigma   Image
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CUL-DAR49.88    Note:    1863.05.00   L[obelia] fulgens in Hot-House - front of column & lower lip of corolla   Image
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CUL-DAR49.88v    Note:    1857.08.06--1857.08.14   Ch 3 / In crimson Lobelia Lobelia fulgens var multiflora & little Blue -   Image
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CUL-DAR49.89    Note:    1863.05.11   Oak / Male flowers in catkins - Pollen minute incoherent in great   Image
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CUL-DAR49.90    Note:    1863.05.03   A spring Phlox - tube of corolla very narrow - 5 anthers attached at   Image
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CUL-DAR49.91    Note:    1863.05.09   Euphorbia amy[g]daloides Visited by numbers of Diptera, chiefly   Image
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CUL-DAR49.92    Note:    1863.05.12   Trees / Dangling catkins reflex[?] in Oaks & Nuts long filaments   Image
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CUL-DAR49.93-94    Note:    1863.03.13--1863.07.05   Willow all Dioicous - belong to Amentates & same order with Populus   Image
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CUL-DAR49.95    Note:    1863.05.24   As the garments are adapted & fit a man's body so do almost all flowers   Image
143.
CUL-DAR49.96    Note:    1863.05.25   Spinacea oleracea (Chenopodeae) / Dioicous - Male flowers rigid   Image
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CUL-DAR49.96v    Note:    1863.05.24   Poterium sanguisorba / No corolla - longer than dangling filaments   Image
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CUL-DAR49.97    Note:    1863.06.08   Wind fertilisation / Nettle dioicous - stigma plumerose persisting - no   Image
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CUL-DAR49.98    Note:    1863.06.26   Gloriosa Leopoldii / Has pistil bent at right angles or rather more than   Image
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CUL-DAR49.99    Note:    1863.07.23   For years walking only in afternoon, though early, I concluded that   Image
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