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which they lay, it required the closest search to find them. Lying flat on the ground, their sharp acute horns mimicked the points of leaves, from which lines radiated representing crossing and overlapping margins, while dark-brown spots and
head of bucekos, and section of its cranium.
markings distributed over their bodies could not ^
the blotches and fungoid growths of decaying vege . ^
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