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160. Foliage and Fruit of Arnatto and Foliage and J'lowers of

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These are both dye plants indigenous in tropical America. Arnatto, Bixa Orellana, Linn., is used for dyeing silks an orange-yellow and colouring cheese. It is obtained from the pulp in which the seeds are embedded. Logwood, Haernatoxylum campechianum

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Media ID 4539815

Date: 1st December 2002

Filename: MN_160-004440LA090604_00057.jpg

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Associated Categories: Marianne North

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