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Lebanon Mts, Syria, May 8, 1926

cont. from vol. 43, p. 460.

-No. 11,472. Tulipa
Near Cedars, on a red-clay flat. A crimson or brick-red Tulip, the inner segments much smaller, all with a black eye-spot bordered by dull white, the eye spot at base. Bulb deeply seated in very hard clay.

-No. 11,473. Salvia pinardii Bo iss. Labiatoid corolla lavender
-purple; rocky slope. Stems spreading or decumbent

-No. 11,474. Aethionema armenum Boiss.
Very showy low clumps a foot-broad or less. Cos. pink. Rocky slope. Stems spreading or decumbent.

-No. 11,475. Poa bulbosa L. farina vivipare Rud. grass. Rocky slope.

-No. 11,476. Gagea reticulata (Pall.) Like Gagea. Perianth pale
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