"Bacillus Vulgaris, Migula." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Bacillus Vulgaris

"Bacillus Vulgaris, Migula." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

"Bamboo (<em>Bambusa vulgaris</em>), very much reduced. Grows to 20 to 50 ft. high." &mdash; Encyclopediia Britannica, 1910

Bamboo

"Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris), very much reduced. Grows to 20 to 50 ft. high." — Encyclopediia…

"Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris), very much reduced. Grows 20 to 50 ft. high." &mdash; The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Bamboo

"Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris), very much reduced. Grows 20 to 50 ft. high." — The Encyclopedia Britannica,…

Flower head of senecio vulgaris.

Flower head

Flower head of senecio vulgaris.

Flower of senecio vulgaris.

Senecio vulgaris flower

Flower of senecio vulgaris.

Fruit of senecio vulgaris.

Senecio vulgaris fruit

Fruit of senecio vulgaris.

"Calluna Vulgaris. The English form of a name given in most Teutonic dialects to the common ling or heather, but now applied to all species of Erica, an extensive genus of monopetalous plants, belonging to the order Ericaceae. The heaths are evergreen shrubs, with small narrow leaves, in whorls usually set rather thickly on the shoots; the persistent flowers have 4 sepals, and a 4-cleft campanulate or tubular corolla, in many species more or less ventricose or inflated." &mdash; Encyclopediia Britannica, 1893

Heath

"Calluna Vulgaris. The English form of a name given in most Teutonic dialects to the common ling or…

This illustration shows the calcareous shell Nodosaria vulgaris. These shells are mostly very small, and yet through their abundance they have been very important in limestone-making.

Nodosaria Vulgaris

This illustration shows the calcareous shell Nodosaria vulgaris. These shells are mostly very small,…

<em>Senecio vulgaris</em>, a member of the genus senecio.

Senecio

Senecio vulgaris, a member of the genus senecio.

"Quadrifid hairs from interior of bladder of Ultricularia vulgaris (x 300)" &mdash; The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Utricularia

"Quadrifid hairs from interior of bladder of Ultricularia vulgaris (x 300)" — The Encyclopedia…