THE FLORA BRASILIENSIS

@article{NolanTHEFB,
  title={THE FLORA BRASILIENSIS},
  author={Edw. J. Nolan and Owen Jones Jones},
  journal={Science},
  volume={35},
  pages={864 - 865}
}
have been preserved, and this is the part of the state in which one would look for the typical form, the problem of determining the species that formerly inhabited this region is not an easy one to solve. The northern limit of the range of the typical form has only been vaguely given by the different authorities. Thus Hahn' says " from the region of the Great Lakes," Rhoads' states that it occurs "from southern New York and Michigan," and Seton' gives it approximately the two southern tiers of… 

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