Fasciculus:Flora Graeca, Volume 4.djvu

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Hic fasciculus apud Vicimedia Communia iacet; in aliis inceptis adhiberi potest. Contenta paginae descriptionis fasciculi subter monstrantur.

Descriptio This is a scan of Volume 4 of Flora Graeca
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Auctor Text by John Sibthorp; illustrations by Ferdinand Bauer; prepared for publications after Sibthorp's death by James Edward Smith
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Presso die vel tempore fasciculum videbis, sicut tunc temporis apparuit.

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Ad hunc fasciculum nectit:

Usus fasciculi per inceptus Vicimediorum

Quae incepta Vici fasciculo utuntur: