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Phyllody in the Primrose Flower

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THROUGH the medium of the columns of NATURE, may I record the occurrence in this neighbourhood of a pair of plants of Primula Vulgaris (Huds.), both of which illustrate the phenomenon of phyllody of the sepals.

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BROWNING, F. Phyllody in the Primrose Flower. Nature 117, 518 (1926). https://doi.org/10.1038/117518a0

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