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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seablite
Literary usage of Seablite
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sketch of the Forestry of West Africa with Particular Reference to Its by Sir Cornelius Alfred Moloney (1887)
"seablite (Suceda fruticosa, Forsk.).—Perennial, one to three feet high. This plant was formerly burnt for barilla in the South of Europe. ..."
2. The Midland Naturalist: Journal of the Midland Union of Natural History edited by Edward W. Badger, William Jerome Harrison, William Hillhouse (1878)
"... appear to be barren rather than prolific in truly seaside plants, such as the Saltwort (Salsola Kali,) seablite, (Su.rda marítima,) the Glasswort, ..."