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WE have received Nos. 44, 45, and 46 of the Scottish Naturalist. The papers on Scotch botany and zoology continue to be of great interest; and to these are added an occasional one on Scotch geology. No. 46 (April) contains a report of an interesting lecture, by Prof. Traill, on “The Modes of Dispersion of the Seeds of Scottish Wild Plants.”

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