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Del·phin·i·um a·ja·cis

(del-fin'ē-ŭm ă-jā'sis),
A species of plant (family Ranuculaceae) containing the alkaloids ajacine and ajaconine; the dried ripe seeds have been used externally as a parasiticide in pediculosis; rarely used now because of its toxicity.
Synonym(s): larkspur
[G. delphinion, larkspur]
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