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“This morning when I leaned on the towel bar and looked out I noticed a hazyorange mass in the woods — Celastrus scandens, or American Bittersweet.”
“There are carefully arranged piles of dried gourds on the lower stair steps and on the front hall table, and the banister is twined with Bittersweet vine—Celastrus scandens is its Latin name, which I know because of my Latin class at school.”
“Patches of native forest remain around the higher peaks, and are characterized by Metrosideros, Aleurites, Celastrus vitiensis, Myrsine, Ixora, Psychotria, Cantium barbatum, and Charpentiera.”
“The reference to Celastrus edulis is not contained in the Eclogae”
“Cryptolepis, Celastrus _leguminoideus_ Cuscuta Uncaria racemis pendulis.”
“Corydalis, Dipsacus, Acanthaceae common, Rubiaceae of a tropical character, such as Ophiorhizae; Celastrus!”
“_D_, leaf and fruit of bitter-sweet (_Celastrus_), × ½.”
“Among the commoner plants of the order may be mentioned the spindle-tree, or burning-bush, as it is sometimes called (_Euonymus_) (Fig. 109, _A_), and the climbing bitter-sweet (_Celastrus_) (Fig. 109, _D_), belonging to the family _Celastraceæ_; the holly and black alder, species of”
“(_Solanum Dulcamara_), wax-work (_Celastrus scandens_).”
“Wax-work or false bitter-sweet, _Celastrus scandens.”
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