Poisonous plants, 19th Century illustration

Poisonous plants, 19th Century illustration

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Caption: Poisonous plants, 1881 illustration. From top left: water-hemlock (Cicuta virosa), yellow monkshood (Aconitum anthora), crocus (Crocus sp.), henbane (Hyoscyamus sp.), jimsoneweed (Datura stramonium), spurge (Euphorbia sp.), spurge laurel (Daphne mezereum).

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