And just below us, somewhere among the candelabra and euphorbia trees, were a handful of Diceros bicornis: the black rhino.
The root of this plant, (euphorbia ligularia,) mixed up with black pepper, is used by the Natives against snake bites.
Engelmann cites it in Triticum repens, Roëper in euphorbia palustris.
The euphorbia marginata flourishes exceedingly well at Bonn, where it was raised from seeds which I brought.
The milk-post of the pandal is made of milk-hedge (euphorbia Tirucalli).
He certainly said that euphorbia sometimes produced bleeding of the nose, but it was not a case of sometimes but always.
I noticed that it had been poisoned—poisoned by euphorbia juice.
There are caterpillars which eat the leaves of the euphorbia, or spurge, for instance.
Doubt is the narcotic, and the poison in the barrel, and the euphorbia in the stream.
Over the Kooree, euphorbia antiqorum, a sure sign of aridity.