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Cracca.

semisagittatis dentatis, foliolis 8-12. elliptico-lan

ceolatis obtusis glabris.-Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 1096.
In Pensylvania. Muhlenberg. 4. t. Flowers the

size of V. sylvatica, to which it bears a great resein.

blance.
4. V. spicis multiforis retrorsum imbricatis folio longiori.

bus, stipulis semisagittatis lineari-subulatis integerri.
mis, foliolis numerosis lanceolato-oblongis pubescen-

tibus.-Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 1098.
Icon. Fl. dan. 804. Mart. fl. rust. 117.
In woods and meadows: Canada to Virginia. 4. July,

Aug. v. v. Flowers pale blue.
5. V. pedunculis multifloris, foribus distantibus, stipulis

ovato-lanceolatis integerrimis, foliolis 8-10. elliptico-
lanceolatis glabriusculis, caule glabro.-Willd. sp. pl. 3.

p. 1094. Walt. fl. car. 182.
V. parviflora. Mich. A. amer. 2. p. 69.
In the mountains from Pensylvania to Carolina. 4.

July, Aug. v. v. Resembles the foregoing species;
but the flowers are white, with a vexillum black on
the tip, and a great deal smaller.

caroliniana.

carolinianus.

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canadensis.

570, ASTRAGALUS. Gen. pl. 1208.
1. A. caulescens, erectus ; foliolis (41) oblongis subtus pu-

bescentibus, spicis pedunculatis, bracteis lanceolatis
pedunculi longitudine, leguminibus ovatis tumidis ros.

tratis. Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 1273.
Icon. Dill. elth. 6.39. f. 45.
In the mountains of Virginia and Carolina. 4. June,

July. v. v. Flowers pale yellow.
2. A. caulescens, diffusus ; foliolis (21) utrinque glabris,

leguminibus subcylindricis mucronatis.-Willd. sp.

pl. 3. p. 1274.
Icon. Dodart. mem. 1. 65. Rob.ic. 314.
In the mountains : Canada to Carolina. 4. July, Aug.

v.v. Flowers yellow.
3. A. caulescens, glaber ; foliolis lanceolato-oblongis subci.

liatis, spicis longe pedunculatis, floribus laxiusculis,
leguminibus distantibus incurvis teretibus glabris.-

Mich. fl. amer. 3. p. 66.
In the sands of Georgia. Michaux. 4. + Flowers

white.
4. A. caulescens, procumbens ; floribus pendulis racemosis,

glaber.

alpinus.

secundus.

leguminibus utrinque acutis pilosis. Willd. sp. pl. 3.

p. 1297. Icon. Fl. dan. 51. Pall. astrag. t. 32. In Labrador. Colmasler. 4. July, Aug. v.3. in Herb.

Dickson. Flowers pale purple. 5. A. caulescens, procumbens ; foliolis ovatis pubescentibus,

spicis pedunculatis, leguminibus secundis rectis utrin.

que acuminatis pendulis.--Mich. fi, amer. 2. p. 67. In the north of Canada. Michaur. Labrador. Col

master. 4. July, Aug. 0. s. Flowers dark purple. 6. A. caulescens, glaber; foliolis linearibus alternis, spicis

pedunculatis folio longioribus, bracteis minutis, legu.

minibus subteretibus rostratis. On the banks of the Missouri. M. Lewis. 24. Aug.

v. s. in Herb. Lewis. Flowers small, yellowish-white. 7. A. subacaulis, pilosissimus ; foliolis ovalibus supra gla

bris, pedunculis folia subæquantibus, spicis pauciflo-
ris, leguminibus incano-villosissimis assurgentibus ob-

longis.- Mich. fl. amer. 2. p. 67.
In sandy pine-woods of Georgia. 4. July, Aug. v. s.

in Herb. Enslen.

tenellus.

villosus.

argentata,

571. OXYTROPIS. Decand. astrag. p 24.
1.0. acaulis ; foliolis obovato-lanceolatis sericeo-argenteis,

scapis folia æquantibus, floribus capitatis, bracteis lan-
ceolatis longitudine calycis sericei. Pers, syn. 2.

P. 331.
Astragalus argentatus. Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 1310.
Icon. Pall. astrag. t. 48.
On the banks of Clarck's river. M. Lewis. 4. July.

v. s. in Herb. Lewis.

tuberosa.

572. APIOS.

Glycine. Gen. pl. 1182. 1. A. volubilis, glabra ; radice tuberosa, foliis impari-pin

natis : foliolis 5-7. ovato-lanceolatis superne angus-
tatis, spicis confertis folio brevioribus.
Glycine Apios. Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 1067.
Icon. Bot. mag. 1198. Schkuhr handb. 198. Rob. ic. 317.
In hedges and on mouniain meadows : Pensylvania to

Carolina. 4. July. v. v. Flowers dark brown,
sweet-scented; roots eatable, growing sometimes to
an enormously large size.

frutescens.

2. A. volubilis ; foliis impari-pinnatis novenis ovatis pube.

scentibus, racemis terminalibus bracteatis, legumini.

bus coriaceis.
Glycine frutescens. Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 1067.
Anonymos frutescens. Walt. fl. car. 186.
In swamps of Virginia, Carolina, and Illinois. h. June,

July. v. v. Flowers purplish-blue. It is a fine or-
namental plant.

573. DALEA. Hort, cliff. p. 363. Mich. f. amer. 3.

P. 56.

Cliffortiana. 1. D. spicis oblongis confertis pedunculatis terminalibus se

riceis, bracteis calycis longitudine, foliis subsexjugis
lineari-cuneatis retusis apice subdentatis.-Willd. sp.

pl. 3. p. 1336.
Psoralea Dalea. Sp. pl. 1076.
Icon. Hort. cliffort. t. 22.
In Georgia and Florida. O. v. v. in Hortis. Flowers

blue. alopecuroides. 2. D. spicis cylindricis pedunculatis terminalibus sericeis

confertis, bracteis calyce brevioribus, foliis 10-12jugis ellipticis retusis mucronatis. Willd. sp. pl. 3.

p. 1336. D. Linnæi. Mich. ft. amer. 2. p. 57. t. 38. On the banks of the Mississippi. 0. July, Aug. v.v.

Flowers pale blue. pedunculata. 3. D. glabriuscula ; spicis oblongis axillaribus subconfertis

brevibus, pedunculis folio triplo longioribus, bracteis minutis longitudine pedicellorum, dentibus calycis su

bulatis, foliis subsexjugis linearibus acutis mucronatis. On the banks of the Mississippi. Enslen. 0. July, Aug.

v. s. in Herb. Enslen. Flowers rose-coloured. parviflora. 4. D. cano-pubescens; spicis filiformibus elongatis laxiflo

ris axillaribus, pedunculis folio duplo longioribus, bracteis minutis, calycis tomentosi dentibus acutis bre

vibus, foliis sub-5-jugis linearibus obtusis. On the banks of the Missouri. O. July, Aug. v. s.

Flowers small, white.

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