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Malva coccinea. Fraser, catal.
On the dry prairies and extensive plains of the Missouri.

4. Aug. Sept. v. v. ; v.s. in Herb. Lewis. Flowers

scarlet. Caulis teres, subpedalis, ramosus, ramis diffusis, tomento

sis, pilis stellatis distinctis obsitis, uti tota planta. Folia
alterna, petiolata, palmato-3-5-partita : laciniis sub-
pinnatifido-incisis, lobis sinubusque acutis. Petioli
teretes, longitudine folii. Stipulæ lineares, erectæ,
marcescentes. Flores terminales, racemosi, coccinei,
diametro pollicari. Calyx 5-fidus, laciniis lanceolatis
acutis. Petala 5. oblique cuneato-obcordata, subun-
guiculata, ad ungues fasciculato-villosa, calyce duplo
longiora. Filamenta monadelpha, numerosa, in co-
lumnam brevem connata, superne libera, patentia.

Styli circiter 10. Fruclus orbiculatus.
The singularly stellated fasciculi of hair, placed on the

close tomentum, and its bright scarlet Aowers, make
this plant particularly interesting.

abutiloides.

caroliniana.

554. MALVA. Gen. pl. 1134. 1. M. foliis 5-angulari-lobatis tomentosis, pedunculis sub

4-floris bifidis axillaribus, capsulis polyspermis. Willd.

sp. pl. 3. p. 780. Icon. Jacq. hort. schoenbr. 3. t. 293. Cavan. diss. 2.

t. 16. f. 2. On the sea-coast of Carolina. 4. June-Aug. v.v.

Flowers large, purple. 2. M. foliis 5-lobis palmatisve inciso-dentatis, pedunculis

petiolo longioribus, petalis integris, fruciu villoso,

caule prostrato. Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 784.
Icon. Cavan. diss. 2. t. 15. f. 1. Dill. elth. t. 4. f. 4.

Schkuhr handb. 192.
In fields : Virginia and Carolina. 0. July-Sept. v.v.

Flowers dark red.
3. M. caule prostrato, foliis cordato-orbiculatis obsolete 5.

lobis, pedunculis fructiferis declinatis. Willd. sp. pl. 3.

p.786. Icon. Fl. dan. 721. Cavan. diss. 2. t. 26. f.3. Schkuhr

handb. 1. In cultivated grounds : Pensylvania to Virginia. 4. June

- Sept. v. v. Flowers white, small,

rolundifolia.

555. MALOPE. Gen. pl. 1136. 1. M. foliis oblongis obtusis integris crenatis supra glabris, malacoides pedunculis solitariis axillaribus.

Willd. sp. pl. 3.
p. 799.
Icon. Cavan. diss. 2. t. 27. f. 1. Sabb. hort, 1. t. 50.

Rol. ic. 189.
In Carolina. Walter. O. +. Though I doubt of this

plant having been found in America, yet it is worth
drawing the attention of the botanist to find out what
Walter means by it.

556. HIBISCUS. Gen. pl. 1139. 1. H. foliis ovatis acuminatis serratis subtrilobis sub-5-ner- Moscheutos

vibus subtus incano-tomentosis, pedunculis floriferis,
calycibus tomentosis, capsulis glabris.--Willd. sp.
pl. 3. p. 806.
H. palustris. Walt. fl. car. 176.
Icon. Cavan. diss. 3. t. 65. f. 1. Bot. mag. 882. sub

H. palustri.
In swamps and salt-marshes : New York to Carolina ;

plentifully in the marshes round the Salt-lake, Onon-
dago, New York. 4. Aug.-Oct. v. v. Flowers
large, white, with a purple bottom, or sometimes

pale purple. 2. H. foliis lato-ovatis obtuse-serratis subtrilobis 3-nervibus palustris.

subtus tomentosis, pedunculis axillaribus petiolo lon

gioribus.-Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 808.
Icon. Cavan. diss. 3. t. 65. f.2.
In swamps and marshes : Canada to Virginia. 4. Aug.

-Oct. v. v. Flowers large, purple. This plant has
been generally confounded with the former, but is

very distinct. 3. H. foliis amplis coriaceis triangulato-cordatis trilobis grandiflorus.

utrinque eximie tomentosis subtus incanis, capsulis
tomentoso-hirsutissimis subtruncatis.--Mich. A. amer.

2. p. 46.
In salt-marsbes of Georgia and Florida, and on the banks

of the Mississippi. 4. Aug.--Oct. v. v. Flowers
very large, flesh-coloured, with a red bottom; the

fructifications yellow.
4. H. foliis ovatis acuminatis obtuse serratis utrinque inca-

incanus, no-tomentosis, pedunculis axillaribus, calycibus to

mentusis subæqualibus.-Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 807. VOL. II.

esculentus.

Icon. Wendl. hort. herrenh. 4. t. 24. Bartr. ic. ined. in

Mus. Banks.
In Carolina. 4. Sept. +. Flowers very large, sul.

phur-coloured.
5. H. foliis cordatis 5-lobis obtusiusculis dentatis, petiolis

flore longioribus, calycibus exterioribus subdecaphyllis
deciduis, interioribus longitudinaliter rumpentibus.

Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 827.
Icon. Cavan. diss. 3. t. 61. f.2. Comm. hort. 1. t. 19.
In cultivated grounds : Virginia and Carolina. 0. June

-Sept. v. v. Flowers yellow. It is generally culti-
vated by the name of Okra for the sake of its unripe

capsules, which give a fine dish for the table. 6. H. undique tomentosus, asper ; foliis acuminatis inæqua

liter dentatis, inferioribus cordatis indivisis, superiori. bus cordatis oblongis trilobis, pedunculis axillaribus et racemoso-terminalibus, floribus cernuis, pistillis nu.

tantibus. Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 831. H. clypeatus. Walt. fl. car. 177. Icon. Jacq. ic. rar. 1. 142. Pluk. phyt. t. 6. f.4. In salt-marshes, on the sea-coast : New Jersey to Carolina. 4. Aug. Sept. v. v.

Flowers small, rosecoloured. 7. H. glaberrimus; foliis 3-lobo-hastatis acuminatis serratis,

corolla tubulato-campanulata, capsulis ovatis acuminatis glabris, seminibus holosericeis.-Willd. sp. pl. 3.

virginicus.

militaris.

p. 808.

H. lævis. Scop. del. insul. 3. t. 17.
H. virginicus. Walt. fl. car. 177.
H. bastatus. Mich. fl. amer. 2. p. 45.
H. riparius. Pers. syn. 2. p. 254.
Icon. Scop. del. insub. 3. t. 17. Cavan. diss. 6. t. 198.

f. 2.

V. V.

speciosus.

On the banks of rivers in Louisiana and the western parts

of Pensylvania ard Carolina. 4. Aug. Sept.

Flowers purple, large. 8. H. glaberrimum ; foliis palmato-5-partitis, laciniis lan

ceolatis acuminatis apice remote serratis, calycibus ex-
terioribus decaphyllis, corolla patula, capsula glabra

5-gono-ovata.---Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 822.
H. coccineus. Walt. fl. car. 177.
Icon. Bot. mag. 360. Wendl. hort. herrenh. 1. 11.
On the banks of rivers of South Carolina and Flori-

da. 4. Aug. Sept. v. v. A most elegant peren

Manihot.

nial. When in high perfection, the stem will rise
to more than eight feet, and the deep scarlet flowers

grow to a larger size than any other Hibiscus I know. 9. H. caule petiolisque inermibus, foliis palmato-digitatis

7-partitis, laciniis linearibus, pedunculis hispidis, calyce
exteriore l-phyllo, interiore hinc lacero, capsula hirsu-

tissima pyramidata.-Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 825.
Icon. Cavan. diss. 3. t. 63. f. 2. Dill. elth. t. 156. f. 189.
On the banks of the Mississippi. 4. July-Sept. v.v.

Flowers sulphur-yellow, with a purple bottom, very

large when in rich soil.
10. H. caule scabro, foliis asperis basi truncatis circumscrip-

tione subrotundis, superioribus palmatis, lobis superne
dilatatis crenatis, floribus subsessilibus, calycibus hispi-

dissimis exteriore furcellato. Mich.fl. amer. 2. p. 45.
H. aculeatus. Walt. fl. car. 177.
Near the sea-coast, in marshes : Carolina to Florida. 4.

July--Sept.. v.v. Flowers very handsome and large,
bright yellow with a dark purple bottom.

scaber.

XVI. DLADELPHIA.

T. PENTANDRIA. 557. PETALOSTEMUM. Pet. 4. staminibus interjecta :

utraque in tubum fissum connata. Vexillum nullum, ejas loco quintuin petalum. Legum. calyce tectum, 1-spermum.

II. HEXANDRIA.

558. CORYDALIS. Cal. diphyllus. Cor. ringens. Fi

lam. 2. membranacea, singula Antheris 3. Caps.

siliquosa, polysperma. 559. FUMARIA. Cal. diphyllus. Cor. irregularis, basi

calcarata. Filam, 2. singula Antheris 3. Caps. 1lucularis, evalvis, l-sperma.

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560. POLYGALA. Cal. 5. phyllus : foliolis duobus alæ

formibus, coloratis. Caps. obcordata, 2-locularis, 2-valvis.

IV. DECANDRIA.

* Stamina omnia connera.
561. AMORPHA. Cal. campanulatus, 5-fidus. Cor.

vexillum ovatum, concavum. Ala Carinaque nullæ.

Legum. 2-spermum, falcatum. 562. ERYTHRINA. Cal. 2-lobatus. Cor. vexillum lon

gissimum, lanceolatum. Legumen torulosum. 563. LUPINUS. Cal. 2-labiatus. Anth. 5. oblongæ, 5.

subrotundæ. Legum. coriaceum. 564. CROTALARIA. Cor. vexillum cordatum, magnum,

carina acuminata. Filam. connata cum fissura dor. sali. Legum. pedicellatum, turgidum.

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