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Dahlia coccinea,

Dahlia coccinea,. © RBG KEW

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Media ID 5534047

Date: 26th September 2011

Filename: 006211PB110923T145724.jpg

Image Size: 5138 x 6976 Pixels

Filesize is 6.14MB

Associated Galleries: Botanic

Associated Galleries: Curtis's Botanical Magazine collection

Keywords:  1803  botanical magazine  curtis  dahlia  flower  illustration  red  vol 19


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