“Ramonda myconi, endemic to the Pyrénées, is found in this habitat and others species such as the Pyrenean saxifrage Saxifraga longifolia, Antirrhinum sempervirens and Pinguicula longifolia occur in the same habitat.”
“It was not long, however, before the results of Baur on Antirrhinum and of Morgan on Drosophila, supplemented by scattered observations on other forms, gave evidence of the occurence of numerous Mendelizing mutations, many of them small ones, in varied directions, and they showed no discoverable relation between the type of mutation and the type of environment or condition of living under which it arose.”
“The phenomenon is not confined to woody plants, but has been met with in chicory, in _Antirrhinum_, and other herbaceous species.”
“_Antirrhinum majus_ the corolla, when subjected to peloria, is very generally six-parted, and has six stamens.”
“_Calceolaria_ it is the central terminal flower which is usually peloriated; on the other hand, in _Linaria_ and _Antirrhinum_ the lower flowers, or those on the secondary branches, are quite as often affected as the primary ones.”
“In _Antirrhinum majus_ double flowers of this character sometimes occur; the outermost corolla is normal, the succeeding ones usually have their petals separate one from the other; the stamens are sometimes present, sometimes absent, and at other times petalodic.”
“Change of direction, as has been already mentioned, is one of the most common of these; separation of the petals (_Antirrhinum_, _Verbascum_, &c.), and even their appearance in leaf-like guise, are not infrequent”
“In _Antirrhinum_, _Linaria_, &c., intermediate forms show very clearly that it is to the repetition of the form usually assumed by the petals of the lower lip that the condition is due.”
“M. Bureau found in some flowers of _Antirrhinum majus_ two petal-like bodies standing up in front of, or opposite to the two petals of the upper lip,  and similar developments in which each of the two adventitious segments are surmounted by an anther may be met with frequently.”
“I have in my possession a leaf of _Antirrhinum majus_, and also a specimen of _Pelargonium_, wherein the blade of the leaf is funnel-like, and the petiole is cylindrical, not compressed, and grooved on the upper surface, as is usually the case.”
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