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501. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of the Capucin Tree of the Seyc

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For many years the seeds of the Capucin lay in our Museums ; and, although it was evident that they belonged to some member of the Sapotacae, nothing was known by botanists of the tree which produced them. But through the exertions of Mr. Estridge, t

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Date: 25th May 2011

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