Status: Complete

1. Monocotyledonous, Dicotyledonous or Fern type.: Dicotyledonous
2. Inflorescence: Cluster corymb
3. Flowers
a. Perfect or Imperfect. Why ?: Perfect has Stamens and Pistils.
b. Complete or Incomplete. Why?: Complete all parts present.
c. Regular or Irregular. Why: Regular parts of each sort same.
4. Calyx
a. No. of Sepals. Free or Connate?: 5, free.
b. Superior or Inferior?: Superior
c. Shape, Length and Color of?: Green 1/4 in spear shaped
5. Corolla
a. No. of Petals. Free or Connate?: 5 lobed, free.
b. To what Attached?: Receptacle.
c. Shape, Length and Color of Petals?: between white, and purple.
d. Praefoliation, {Valvate, Involute, Convolute, etc.,:
6. Stamens
a. No. Distinct or United?: 5 distinct.
b. Insertion of {On Calyx or Corolla " Receptacle, " Ovary,: Corolla.
c. Relation to Each Other?:
d. Anthers, {Position, Attachment, Dehiscence,: Short filament.
7. Pistil
a. Simple or Compound? Why?: Compound more than 1 cell.
b. No. of Carples. Placentation:
c. Ovules {Number Position Kind:
d. Fertilization {Self, Wind, Insect: Self.
8. Fruit
a. Kind {Berry, Pome, Drupe, etc.: Pod.
b. Structure {Simple, Multiple,: Simple.
c. From what Formed?: Ovary.
9. Leaves
a. Simple or Compound, form of?: Simple
b. Use:
10. Roots and Rootstock
a. Manner of Growth {Tuber, Corymb, Bulb,:
b. Use {Absorption, Anchor, Store House:
c. Duration {Annual, Biennial, Perennial,:
Cross Section of Ovary.: [drawing depicting cross section of ovary]
Plan of Flower.: [drawing depicting the plan of the flower]
Order: Polemoniaceaea
Genus: Phlox
Species: Polemonium
Scientific Name: Phlox [coreuleum?]
Common Name: Wild Phlox
Habitat: Woodlands and Valleys
Locality: So Ohio
Date: 27 Apr.
189_: 7.

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