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Artocarpus altilis, 1828

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Hand-coloured engraving by Rev. Lansdown Guilding, 1828. Artwork from Curtis's Botanical Magazine, volume 55, plate 2869. Current accepted plant name is Artocarpus altilis, commonly known as breadfruit. Curtis's Botanical Magazine is the longest running botanical periodical featuring colour illustrations of plants and has been published continuously since 1787

Copyright © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Media ID 654369

Date: 3rd December 2007

Credit: © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Filename: ILL_Art_inc_050919pl300.jpg

Image Size: 3024 x 3730 Pixels

Filesize is 11.62MB

Version 2 is 5.01MB

Associated Categories: Endangered plants

Associated Categories: Curtis's Botanical Magazine

Associated Categories: Edible plants

Keywords: 19th century, artocarpus incisa, botanical art, bread fruit, breadfruit, captain bligh, edible plant, food, fruit, moraceae, mutiny of the bounty, useful plants