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From the closely similar laminated structure, crystalline deposits, and
peculiar physical properties, it is inferred that the new bark is derived
from a related species of Quillaia. Mr. Holmes suggests that the former
source, Quillaia saponaria^ having become exhausted, the bark of one or
the other indigenous species is being substituted, and that the one under
consideration is probably derived from Q. Poppigii. Another soap bark,
less commonly met with, occurs in small quills or curved pieces about the
size of those of canella or cusparia. Obviously this is a much younger
bark and may be obtained from the branches of the official quillaia^ or
from Q. Poppigii, or possibly from a third species, Q. Segmadermos, The
microscopic distinction of the two inferior barks are shown in cuts illus-
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Bolivian Copaiba Source and Properties. Furosemide Buy Online C. Hartwich describes a
new copaiba of Bolivian origin, which is derived from a new species of
Copaiba discovered by Herzog in Bolivia and described by him as Copaiba
pauper a ^ nov. spec. This is a tree about 30 meters high, which occurs
sporadically in the forests of the province of Velazco, on the Rio Blanco.
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in its Other properties, but in its optical behavior it offers marked differ-^
enccs, being in this respect more nearly related to African copaiba (see
Proceedings 1909, 213), being like that dextrogyre, whereas all other
copaibas are laevogyre. By steam distillation the copaiba yielded about
23 per cent, of volatile oil which gave the following constants : di5o 0.916,
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