Natural History Notes from Burmah

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1. The Dorian.—The Dorian is a large capsular fruit with, four or five loculamenta, each containing one seed which is covered with a layer of pulp, the part eaten. The rind, as well as the seeds, emits a strong odour of sulphide of methyl.

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ROMANIS, R. Natural History Notes from Burmah. Nature 20, 362 (1879) doi:10.1038/020362c0

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