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274. Himalayan Flowers embedded in Maidenhair Fern

274. Himalayan Flowers embedded in Maidenhair Fern


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Filename: MN_274-004440LA090603_00220.jpg

Size: 5700 x 8196 (32.7MB)

Date: 24th October 2001

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274. Himalayan Flowers embedded in Maidenhair Fern

Blue Anemones (Anemone rivularis, Ham.), a purple Columbine (Aquilegia), two species of Arisaema-the taller one A. utile, Hook. the other A. speciosum, Mart. &c. At the bottom on the left is Parochetus communis, Ham. a plant having clover-like lea

Media ID 4570105

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Artist Blue Flowers Leaves Marianne North Painting Purple


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