Lignum


Lignum

Lignum, Holz; L. Aloes, Aloeholz; L. campechianum, Blauholz, Kampescheholz; L. benedictum, Guajaci, L. sanctum, Guajakholz, Pockholz, Franzosenholz; L. Nyssae aquaticae, Tupeloholz; L. Quassiae (surinamensis), Quassia; L. Pavanum, L. Sassafras, Sassafras, Fenchelholz; L. Rhodii, Rosenholz; L. Santali, Sandelholz.


http://www.zeno.org/Meyers-1905. 1905–1909.

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