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" On each side of the road great trees towered up, carrying their crowns out of sight amongst a canopy of foliage, and with lianas hanging from nearly every bough, and passing from tree to tree, entangling the giants in a great network of coiling cables.... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua: A Narrative of a Residence at the Gold Mines of ... - Page 57
by Thomas Belt - 1888 - 403 lehte
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Tropical Nature, and Other Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1878 - 356 lehte
...every bough, and passiug from tree to tree, entangling the giants in a great network of coiling cables. Sometimes a tree appears covered with beautiful flowers...branches. Amongst these are large arums that send down long aerial roots, tough and strong, and universally used instead of cordage by the natives. Amongst...
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Tropical Nature, and Other Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1878 - 356 lehte
...every bough, and passing from tree to tree, entangling the giants in a great network of coiling cables. Sometimes a tree appears covered with beautiful flowers...rope-like stems to the ground. Climbing ferns and vanilla eling to the trunks, and a thousand epiphytes pereh themselves on the brandies. Amongst these are large...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 268. köide

1890
...every bough, and passing from tree to tree, entangling the giants in a great network of coiling cables. Sometimes a tree appears covered with beautiful flowers,...do not belong to it, but to one of the lianas that twine through its branches, and send down great rope-like stems to the ground. Climbing ferns and vanilla...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 lehte
...every bough, and passing from tree to tree, entangling the giants in a great network of coiling cables. Sometimes a tree appears covered with beautiful flowers...branches. Amongst these are large arums that send down long aerial roots, tough and strong, and universally used instead of cordage by the natives. Amongst...
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The Strand Magazine, 3. köide

George Newnes - 1892
...every bough, and passing from tree to tree, entangling the giants in a great network of coiling cables. Sometimes a tree appears covered with beautiful flowers...ground. Climbing ferns and vanilla cling to the trunks, conias, leathery melastomae, and succulentstemmed, lop-sided 'leaved and freshcoloured begonias are...
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The Beauties of Nature and the Wonders of the World We Live in

Sir John Lubbock - 1892 - 429 lehte
...every bough, and passing from tree to tree, entangling the giants in a great network of coiling cables. Sometimes a tree appears covered with beautiful flowers which do not belong to it, but to one of the 1 Hamerton's Landscape. lianas that twines through its branches and sends down great rope-like stems...
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The Nicaragua Canal

William E. Simmons - 1900 - 334 lehte
...perch on the forks and send down roots like cords to the ground. Lianas wind round every trunk and hang from every bough, passing from tree to tree, and entangling...it, but to one of the lianas that twines through its branchs and sends down great ropelike stems to the ground. Climbing ferns and vanilla cling to the...
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The Nicaragua Canal

William E. Simmons - 1900 - 334 lehte
...coiling cables, as the serpents did Laocoon; the simile being strengthened by the fact that H 113 \ many of the trees are really strangled in the winding...it, but to one of the lianas that twines through its branchs and sends down great ropelike stems to the ground. Climbing ferns and vanilla cling to the...
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The Beauties of Nature and the Wonders of the World We Live in

Sir John Lubbock - 1904 - 427 lehte
...of coiling cables. Sometimes a tree appears covered with beautiful flowers 1 Hamerton's Landscape. which do not belong to it, but to one of the lianas that twines through its branches ancl sends down great rope - like stems to the ground. Climbing ferns and vanilla cling to the trunks,...
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