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From Frederick Bailey

[…]1 Plagianthus pulcellus2 A Gray Forgive this rambling letter and believe me your much

obliged

F M Bailey

 

PS Thanks for the name of the native grass it is not to be found in any of my books The grass is worth recommending I posted all the good seeds I could collect, to you the other day. A person brought me up from the bay3 the other day what I take to be Robt Browns Poa interrupta I'll enclose a specimen You dont seem to have noticed it in the Fragmenta so perhaps I am wrong

F. M. B.

 

Plagianthus pulcellus

Poa interrupta

Footnotes

An unknown amount of text missing.
P. pulchellus ?
Moreton Bay, Qld?

Please cite as “FVM-05283,”εpsilon: The Ferdinand von Mueller Collection accessed on 21 November 2019, https://epsilon.ac.uk/view/vonmueller/letters/FVM-05283