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x Disoselenicereus fulgidus, 1870

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Watercolour and pencil on paper of x Disoselenicereus fulgidus by Walter Hood Fitch from Curtis's Botanical Magazine, 1870. Artwork from volume 96, plate 5856.
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 24189033

Date: 22nd December 2021

Author: Fitch, Walter Hood (1817-1892)

Filename: ILL_Hel_may_Fit_W_061115pl001704.jpg

Image Size: 3948 x 4722 Pixels

Filesize is 13.56MB

Associated Categories: Curtis's Botanical Magazine

Associated Categories: Cacti and Succulents

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