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BRITISH FLOWERING PLANTS
Plate V. Facing page 28
Baneberry—Actæa spicata (page 28)
Fig. 1. Upper portion of plant
2. Calyx
3. Sepal (natural size)
4. Flower
5. Petal (enlarged)
6. Stamen (much enlarged)
7. Pistil, with four petals (enlarged)
8. Pistil alone (much enlarged)
9. Berry
10 and 11. Transverse and longitudinal sections of berry
12. Seeds
13. Longitudinal section of seed
14. Cluster of fruit
Plate VI. Facing page 28
Barrenwort—Epimedium alpimim (page 20)
Fig. 1. Plant (reduced)
2 and 3. Flower (upperside—natural size and enlarged)
4. Flower (lowerside)
5. Petal (innerside)
6. Petal (outerside)
7. Nectaries
8. Calyx (much enlarged)
9. Stamen
10. Pistil
Plate VII. Facing page 30
White Water-Lily—Nymphæa alba (page 30)
Fig. 1. Flower (reduced)
2. Leaf (reduced)
3. An outer stamen
4. Two inner stamens
5. and 6. Seeds in reticulated envelope
7 and 8. Seeds without covering
9. Fruit
10. Cluster of carpels
Plate VIII. Facing page 30
Corn Poppy—Papaver Rhæas (page 31)
Fig. 1. Plant (reduced)
2. Petal
3. Opening bud
4. Pistil and stamens
5. Stamen (enlarged)