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Annals of Botany
With Plates XVII, XVHI, XIX, XX, XXI. T HE family of the Monotropeae presents many problems to the botanist, not only on account of the remarkable habit of growth and mode of nutrition of its members, but also in view of its curious distribution and affinities. Any addition to our knowledge of such a group will be, then, not without value, even if it serve only as a contribution to a biological and systematic monograph of the whole order by some future worker. Of the eight genera ] of the orderdoi:10.1093/oxfordjournals.aob.a090566 fatcat:jo5b4m6czbgitfo5yf2hraqsbm