from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of errant chætopodous annelids, of the family Phyllodocidæ.
- n. A genus of caraboid beetles.
- n. A genus of tall grasses, the species of which are now referred to other genera, chiefly to Pollinia.
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In the zebra-leaved eulalia and the zebra-leaved juncus, from Japan, we have the variegation of the leaf transversely instead of longitudinally, so that according to the old theory we have the anomaly of a healthy portion of the leaf producing an unhealthy portion, and that again a healthy one, and thus alternately along the whole length of the leaf.
*sigh* i hope eulalia coms bak an playz wif us. her maded herz furst commint eber on “overstimulation” thred, in middle ob names, an wanted to play, but som ob us tolded her we wulds play later, aftur teh names is listed. wurried i maded her feel bad an her finks we not wants her heer.