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Product images of 392. Two climbing plants of St. John's, and Butterflies.
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392. Two climbing plants of St. John's, and Butterflies.
The purple pea-flower is apparently a species of Dolichos, and the yellowish green flowers are those of Riocreuxia torulosa, Dcne. Compare this with Ceropegia Sandersoni, Dcne. (381.) In the former the narrow lobes of the corolla at first cohere by their tips, but afterwards free themselves and curl back, whereas in the latter the broad corolla-lobes cohere and form a windowed permanent canopy over the stamens and pistil.
- Image reference: MN_392
- The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens; Kew