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  • American Owls," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 11, June 1877 13. "The Eucalyptus in the Future," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 12, April 1878 14. "Longevity
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  • Lond. Jouri Bot. 1844, vol. iii. pp. 454-480.) Notes on the Cider Tree (Eucalyptus Gunnii). (Hook. Lond. Jour] Bot. 1844, vol. iii. pp. 496-501.) Musci Antarctici;
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  • Napier DraperHarry NapierDraperDraper,_Harry Napier1847/81892 "The Eucalyptus in the Roman Campagna," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 19, May 1881
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  • Notes 640 April 1878 Evolution of Ceremonial Government III 641 The Eucalyptus in the Future 662 Introduction and Succession of Vertebrate Life in America
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  • Edward Smith Eucalyptus robusta 122641A specimen of the botany of New Holland — Eucalyptus robustaJames Edward Smith EUCALYPTUS robusta. Brown
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  • Vessels 80 The Horace Mann School for the Deaf 84 Color-Blindness 91 The Eucalyptus in the Roman Campagna 94 Influence of the Post and Telegraph on International
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  • 1878  (1878)  The Eucalyptus in the Future By Samuel Lockwood 615968Popular Science Monthly Volume 12 April 1878 — The Eucalyptus in the Future By
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  • perhaps the blue-gum tree of Australia and Tasmania, belonging to the genus Eucalyptus, which includes upward of 150 species, holds the first place among these
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  • 1881  (1881)  The Eucalyptus in the Roman Campagna By H. N. Draper 627361Popular Science Monthly Volume 19 May 1881 — The Eucalyptus in the Roman Campagna
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  • Embothrium sericeum Embothrium buxifolium Pimelea linifolia Pultenaea stipularis Eucalyptus robusta Styphelia tubiflora Mimosa myrtifolia Mimosa hispidula
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  • 627 Ethics, p. 628 Ethiopia — Etna, p. 629 Eton College — Eubœa, p. 630 Eucalyptus — Eureka, p. 631 Euripides — Europe, p. 632 Europe, p. 633 Europe, Map
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  • Notes 640 April 1878 Evolution of Ceremonial Government III 641 The Eucalyptus in the Future 662 Introduction and Succession of Vertebrate Life in America
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  • wind?   He has seen the yellow autumn leaves turning, the fragrant eucalyptus leaves, the rose bushes showing once again their white roses...    And
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  • Melaleuca, Beaufortia, Calothamnus, Calythrix, Billotia, and Eucalyptus. Of Eucalyptus the only species in the collection had been first found in Captain
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  • in a large open space and is approached by an avenue of cypresses and eucalyptus. The church was built entirely by native labour. Blantyre was founded
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  • Gambia kino from P. erinaceus; and Australian, Botany Bay, or Eucalyptus kino from Eucalyptus rostrata. It consists of dark red angular fragments, rarely
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  • Melaleuca, Beaufortia, Calothamnus, Calythrix, Billattia, and Eucalyptus. Of Eucalyptus, the only species in the collection had been first found in Captain
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  • Vessels 80 The Horace Mann School for the Deaf 84 Color-Blindness 91 The Eucalyptus in the Roman Campagna 94 Influence of the Post and Telegraph on International
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  • regia. Victoria Water-Lily. Tab. 4333. EUCALYPTUS macrocarpa Large-fruited Eucalyptus, or Gum-Tree. Nat. Ord. Myrtaceæ. Icosandria monogynia
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  • ANZAC WAFER--Hard and flavourless biscuit. APPLE-SCENTED GUM--Species of eucalyptus. APPLE TREES--Names applied to various indigenous trees. ARSAPEEK--Inverted
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