Plantes grasses by Redoute P.J.

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Ed. p. 343. JACQ. Stirp. Amer. p. i55. t. Q5. BURM. p. 117. FORST. Mag. p. 47. AIT. Kew. p. 172. n. j . Portulaca foliis lanceolatis, convexis , pedunculis unifloris. LIN. Spec. 446. LŒEFL. Itin. 191. descr. Portulaca Curassavica angusto, longo lucidoque folio. HERM. Par. Bat. p. 212. icon. BASS. Pict. Hort. Paris. Portulaca Curassavica angusto, longo lucidoque folio procumbens floribus albis. PLUK. Alm. p. 3o3. t. 216. f. 1. Portulaca foliis oppositis oblongis. PLUM. Amer. p. 218. t. 225. f. 2.

N. 8. Ficoides seu Ficus Aizoides Africana erecta arborescens lignosa, flore radiato, primo purpureo, dein argenteo, interdiu clauso, noctu aperto. BOERH. Ind. PI, alt. 1. p. 291. Ficoides fruticosa teretifolia flore incarnato odorato, noctu aperto. Pici. Hort. Paris. Flos nimis ruber. R AD ix albicans, longa, ramosa, descendens. CAULI s lignosus, cylindricus, ipfemè fuscescens, superne grìseus, ramo sus ; ramis opposiùs et aborlivis caulibus scûpè bifurcatis. FOLIA opposi ta , sessilia, distincta, cylìndrica, apice ob lus a et pattila ; superficie glauca et fere impunctatd.

22. descr. incompl. BASS. Pict. Hort. Paris. Aloe vera. Hort. Paris. Aloès des Indes. LAM. Diet. n. 4. ALOE numerosœ, cylindricœ, lignosœ, crassiusculœ, fibrosœ. s lignosus, crassus, brevis, foliis obsitus. FOLI A amplexicaulia, conferta, magna, lanceolata, patula, superne pianoconcava, infernè convexa, succulenta, grisèo-purpurascentia ; margine rubente, dentibus spinosis, perpendicularibus , infernè numerosioribus munito. PE DUNeu Lu s Jloralis , lateralis, adscendens , rubescens , compressus, ramôsus ; ramis cylindricis y basi nudis vel subbracteatis.

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