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CCXVII. E. dichromophloia F.v.M.

This species is dealt with in Part XL, but in Plate 165 no leaf earlier than an intermediate leaf is figured.

In part XLI, p. 3, the juvenile leaves of E. dichromophloia are described for the first time, but not figured. They are now figured at fig. 3a, Plate 202 of the present Part (see p. 290 below).

Dr. H. I. Jensen tells me that the species seems very widespread on poor country in Queensland, while E. terminalis is found on better, moister land.

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