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Volume 28, 1895
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The President submitted for inspection a number of coloured drawings of New Zealand Veronicas which he had received from Sir Joseph Hooker, who had prepared them for publication in Curtis's Botanical Magazine. Most of them had been made from cultivated plants, and differed slightly in appearance from wild specimens, owing probably to the difference in soil and climate; but there was no structural difference of the slightest importance. The series was specially interesting, as it comprised several forms which had not been named or described.