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365. Strelitzia and Sugar Birds, South Africa

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The genus Strelitzia, of which four or five species are known, is peculiar to South Africa, and its botanical affinity is with the Banana (Musa) and with the traveller's tree of Madagascar (Ravenala). S. augusta (see 369) much more nearly resembl

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Media ID 4991648

Date: 3rd May 2011

Filename: MN_365_004440LA090729_00055.jpg

Image Size: 5616 x 8268 Pixels

Filesize is 42.76MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: art, artist, landscape, leaves, marianne north, painting, south africa, suger bird