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Victoria amazonica

Victoria amazonica. © RBG KEW

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Detail of Victoria amazonica leaves, RBG Kew. This plant is the largest of the Nymphaeaceae family of water lilies.

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Media ID 10630424

Date: 4th September 2012

Position: Victoria amazonica

Author: PAUL LITTLE

Filename: 006249PL07KG20120904121923.jpg

Image Size: 4256 x 2394 Pixels

Filesize is 3.36MB

Associated Categories: Plants and Fungi

Keywords:  biological  biology  botanical  botany  flower  flowering plant  flowers  foliage  garden  greenhouse  horticultural  horticulture  kew living collection  leaf  leaves  nature  nymphaceae  park  plant  plant display  princess of wales conservatory  royal botanic gardens kew  vascular plant  vegetation  victoria amazonica  waterlily  waterlily house


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