How to Study Wild Flowers

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    THIS is a useful little book, and doubtless it will be welcome to many people who live in the country, and who may desire to gain a systematic acquaintance with the flowering plants around them.

    How to Study Wild Flowers.

    By the Rev. George Henslow, &c. Pp. 224 (with fifty-seven illustrations). (London: The Religious Tract Society, 1896.)

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    How to Study Wild Flowers. Nature 55, 222 (1897) doi:10.1038/055222c0

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